المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Protests in Al-Bab City Against Turkey’s Prevention for Displaced People of Homs From Entering Areas Controlled By “Euphrates Shield” In Conjunction with Preparation of the 2nd Convoy from Central Syria

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a new batch of buses to the northern countryside of Homs to continue carrying out the agreement of central Syria, according to which; thousands of civilians, fighters and their families will be and from north Homs and south of Hama to the Syrian north, where the preparation of the 2nd batch of the convoys is under way and will depart to the north of Syria, coincided with the wait of the 1st batch since the dawn of today, Tuesday, the 8th of May 2018 of the northern countryside of Homs’ displaced people, (which includes about 3400 persons aboard about 67 buses) at Abu al-Zendin crossing at the outskirts of areas controlled by “Euphrates Shield” Operation Forces in the eastern countryside of Aleppo, due to the refusal of the Turkish authorities to enter the convoy, amid protests in al-Bab city by tens of civilians, asking to allow the displaced people of north Homs to enter areas of control of the factions and the Turkish forces in the Syrian north.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the arrival of the first convoy of displaced people of the northern countryside of Homs and the southern countryside of Hama to Abu al-Zendin crossing, which connects between regime forces’-controlled areas and areas of presence of the Turkey-supported “Euphrates Shield” Operation Forces near al-Bab area northeast of Aleppo, where the buses await the approval of the Turkish Forces to enter the area. The first convoy consists of about 67 buses carrying hundreds of fighters, their families and other civilians who refused the agreement between representatives of north Homs and south Hama, and, the Russians and the regime.

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