The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

A new convoy of displaced people depart towards the Syrian North and ongoing preparations to transfer a new batch of the fighters of Jaysh Al-Islam and citizens of who reject the agreement

Rif Dimashq Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that a new convoy departed few hours ago towards its destination in the controlled areas of the forces of the “Euphrates Shield” Operation in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo, where the convoy includes about 85 buses carring thousands of fighters of Jaysh Al-Islam and their families and citizens who reject the agreement which was reached on the 8th of April 2018 between Jaysh Al-Islam with the Russians and the regime, while the exit of more buses is continuing successively from Douma city to the outskirts of the Eastern Ghouta, in preparation to be transferred to the Syrian North, where activists of the SOHR monitored the continuation of boarding process of the displaced people on the buses until now, in order to complete the convoy which is supposed to be the last one to depart from Douma currently,  where it is expected that the convoy will depart towards the Syrian North, in the next few hours after the buses are completed to be gathered at the outskirts of the Eastern Ghouta.


And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that it monitored that the displaced people convoy, which is carrying fighters and their families and civilians, entered Al-Bab area, located in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, where the buses are entering successively towards the areas controlled by “Euphrates Shield” operations forces, after the Turkish authorities allowed the convoy to enter the city after the convoy was stopped for hours, while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the third convoy of the displaced people approached to arrive in Abu Al-Zandayn crossing between the regime forces’ controlled areas and the areas of presence of the Turkish-backed factions of the “Euphrates Shield” Operation, in the north-eastern sector of Aleppo province, where the convoy left Douma during the last night, under the cover of darkness, in order not to be targeted, where sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the transfer of the displaced people is taking place under the cover of darkness and away from the media monitoring by the regime’s media and that loyal to the regime, for fear of an escalation towards the displaced people and of being targeted by the families of the missing abductees, whose destiny has been ignored by the regime during the release of the abductees and captives arrested by Jaysh Al-Islam, while the Syrian Observatory published yesterday that it obtained information about that there was shootout in Douma city, in conjunction with the preparations of buses to depart from the city towards the Syrian north, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, tens of supports of the regime entered in the accompany of “reconciliation” delegation into Douma city and raised the internationally recognized Syrian flag and shouted slogans supporting the regime. They were accompanied by Russian journalists and Russian forces with their vehicles, provoking Jaysh Al-Islam fighters, who were being prepared to depart Douma, which led the fighters to open fire of their guns at the group, leaving several persons injured. Russian journalists are expected to be among the injured. The delegation left Douma immediately heading towards the regime areas of presence in the camp of Al-Wafddien.