المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The last convoy from the Eastern Qalamoun arrives in the north-east of Aleppo carrying hundreds of fighters, their families and citizens who refuse the agreement with the Russians and the regime

Aleppo Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the last convoy of displaced people which departed from the Eastern Qalamoun last night, arrived in the controlled areas of the forces of the “Euphrates Shield” Operation, in the north-eastern sector of Aleppo countryside, where the convoy includes about 60 buses and cars carrying hundreds of citizens and fighters with their families, who refuse the agreement reached between representatives of the area and its factions, and between the Russians and representatives of the regime, and led to the displacement of thousands of fighters with their families and citizens from the Eastern Qalamoun to the Syrian North.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that the last batch of the displaced people from the Eastern Qalamoun will depart today toward its destination in the Syrian north, while sources of the Syrian Observatory reported that some citizens and fighters are reluctant between staying in eastern Qalamoun or coming out of it later individually or on buses that may be prepared later, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday morning, Monday, the 23rd of April  2018 that the glass of some buses of the second convoy of people displaced from the 4 towns in the Eastern Qalamoun, was smashed by loyalists of the Syrian regime, while the convoy was passing through the countryside of Tartus and Hama, where displaced people aboard the convoy said that loyalists of the regime threw stones at a number of buses which smashed their glass, without information about injuries so far, this attack comes after a similar attack on the first convoy, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday morning, that displaced people of who were aboard the convoy informed the SOHR that the glass of some busses was smashed by loyalists to the regime at one of the checkpoints of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them, while it was passing through Salamiyah area in Hama countryside, which resulted in the fall of wounded.

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