The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The second batch of the displaced people of Douma continues its way towards its main destination within the controlled areas of the “Euphrates Shield” forces in the north-east of Aleppo

The second batch of the people displaced from Douma which is controlled by Jaysh Al-Islam in the Eastern Ghouta, is continuing its way towards the Syrian North, where the convoy which includes 4 buses at least carrying displaced people of about 1200 persons, departed yesterday evening, while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that Douma convoy, which includes more than 21 buses carrying around 1150 fighters and civilians, including more than 700 children and women, who refused the agreement with Jaish Al-Islam and the Russian forces and left Douma, managed to enter to areas controlled by the “Shield of the Euphrates” operation forces in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, fours after they were prevented by the Turkish forces to enter the area. The entry comes following negotiations took place on the crossing linking the regime’s controlled area and the areas controlled by “Shield of Euphrates”, which also coincided with demands of the displaced to allow the entry of the convoy that left Douma yesterday evening.


And Jaish Al-Islam agreement reached with the Russian included items as follows: settling the situation of the people remained in Douma and the exit of those who refuse the agreement to Jarabulus and Al-Bab area in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, forming a team work headed by Russia includes representatives of the Syrian side and the countries guaranteeing Astana process to arrange the handing over of kidnapped civilians and military personnel and the dead bodies of the regime force captured by Jaish Al-Sham, handing over heavy and medium weapons of Jaish Al-Islam, deployment of military police in Douma and prevent the presence of light arms, forming local council in Douma city with consensus between the controllers of Douma and the regime authority, and the return of the government institution to work in Douma city.