المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The second convoy of Al-Rahman Corps coming out of the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus reaches the outskirts of Idlib province to complete its way towards its destination in the Syrian North

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from a number of reliable sources that the convoy of the displaced people coming out of the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, which includes thousands of the fighters of Al-Rahman Corps with their families and other citizens reject the agreement between Al-Rahman Corps and the regime, has arrived in Qalaat al-Madiq at the outskirts of Idlib province, in a preparation to enter the province, and move towards its main destination, where reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that Al-Rahman Corps tends to head Afrin as a destination for it within the agreement between Al-Rahman Corps and a Russian general, which provides on the immediate start of transfer of ill and injured people to the hospitals in the capital Damascus or Russian field hospitals -via the Red Crescent- with Russian guarantee that they would not be pursued by the regime, and they will be chosen between returning to Ghouta or moving to the Syrian north after the end their treatment, and the exit of fighters with their small arms and families and civilians who want to go the Syrian north, and the exit of fighters and civilians and with their belongings, devices, documents and money without being searched, and for those who choose to stay Russia will ensure that they are not pursued by the regime forces, also points for the Russian military police will be deployed within cities and towns of the Eastern Ghouta and Jobar neighborhood, while the starting point will be Arbin city and the reaching point will Qalaat al-Madiq, and the areas from which Rahman Corps will withdraw from are Arbin, Zamalka, Jobar and Ein Tarma.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published today morning, that it is expected that the second batch which includes thousands of fighters and citizens who have got out from Al-Rahman Corps’ controlled areas in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, will arrive soon in Qalaat al-Madiq in Sahl Al-Ghab in the north-western of Hama, and with the exit of the second batch, it has increased to about 6400 persons of fighters and their families and other citizens who reject the agreement, and of who displaced in the past 48 hours from the south-western enclave of the Eastern Ghouta controlled by Al-Rahman Corps, also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from several reliable sources that this agreement which will bring out fighters of Rahman Corps, Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham, their families and the civilians who refuse the agreement, and the agreement includes in one of its undeclared items; moving fighters of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and their families from the part they control in Yarmouk camp south of the capital Damascus, to the Syrian north along with others people who are getting out by this agreement in the Eastern Ghouta, where they are expected to be evacuated from Yarmouk camp in conjunction with the exit of fighters and their families and civilians from the towns of Arbin, Zamalka and the Damascus neighborhood of Jobar, while anticipation is continuing for implementing the largest deal between Jaysh Al-Islam and the regime, through releasing thousands of abductees and captives by Jaysh Al-Islam which hold them in Al-Tuba Prison and its other detention centers, in return for evacuating thousands of injuries and medical cases by the regime and transfer them to receive treatment within an agreement with a Russian guarantee.

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