المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

New batch of buses enter the south of Rif Dimashq in conjunction with the arrival of the 5h convoy to the Syrian north

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a new batch of buses to the towns of Babbila, Yalda and Beit Saham south of Rif Dimashq, to transfer a new batch –believed to be the last– towards a destination specified within the agreement between representatives of the area, the Russians and the regime, coincide with the arrival of the 5th batch of displaced people of the 3 towns of south Rif Dimashq to the Syrian north on Tuesday morning, where the 5th convoy includes about 50 buses carrying about 1370 persons of fighters, their families and other civilians, who refused the agreement between representatives of the towns of Yalda, Babbila and Beit Saham, and, the Russians and the regime, while it is expected for the displacement of the last batch to take place today from the south of Rif Dimashq towards areas previously specified.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published Saturday, the 5th of May 2018 that the convoy which includes about 65 buses and vehicle, and carrying more than 2700 persons of fighters with their families and citizens of who refuse the agreement of the three towns in the southern Rif Dimashq, is continuing its way towards the Syrian North, after it departed from the outskirts of the town after completing the third batch of people displaced from the towns of Yalda, Bebbila and Beit Saham, raising to 5000, the number of people who displaced on three batches in 72 hours from the southern Rif Dimashq towards Afrin in the Syrian North, and a new batch is expected to leave tomorrow towards a specific destination within the agreement between the Russians and the regime and between representative of the three towns, also the 3 towns’ first convoy had reached yesterday, Friday, the 4th of May 2018, its destination in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, while several intersected sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the first convoy was moved to Afrin area and it is expected for the second convoy to head towards the same destination, while yesterday preparations are under way to carry out the displacement agreement in the southern countryside of the capital Damascus, where it is expected that the displacement process will take place and start in the next 24 hours, by departing the convoys to 3 main destinations: Idlib and Jarabulus in the north of Syria and Daraa in the south of Syria, from the towns of Yalda, Babila and Beit Saham, and the Syrian Observatory learned from reliable sources that the lists of civilians and fighters who refused the agreement and want to get out towards the destinations specified for the displacement; are being prepared, and at the same time the regime forces will spread in the points from which the factions are withdrawing and located on the contact lines with the “Islamic State” Organization, and it is excepted that thousands of fighters, their families and civilians will be displaced, of who reject the agreement of the representatives of the towns with the Russians and the regime.

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