المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The 3rd Convoy of Central Syria’s Displaced People Arrives to Its Destination in The Syrian North Raising the Number of Displaced People from The Area In 3 Batches to About 9000

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the arrival of the 3rd convoy of central Syria’s displaced people to the Syrian north, where the convoy arrived after midnight of yesterday to the northwestern countryside of Hama, and the buses were switched there then they headed towards their destination in Idlib Province, the convoy includes more than 70 buses with about 3500 people on board of fighters, their families and other civilians who refused the agreement between representatives of the northern countryside of Homs and the southern countryside of Hama, and, between the regime and the Russians, where the number of displaced people of the 3rd convoy had increased after other buses joined the convoy yesterday night Friday, while it is expected for the buses to enter the area today in order to displace a new batch out of it, and with the exit of the 3rd batch it rose to 9000, the number of people displaced on board of 3 convoys from the northern countryside of Homs and the southern countryside of Hama towards the north of Syria.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on Thursday night that the a new batch is expected to be displaced tomorrow from central Syria, and the sources informed the SOHR that the displacement process will be carried out through displacing a batch of fighters with their families and citizens who refuse the agreement between representatives of the north of Homs and the south of Hama, and between the regime and the Russians, where they will be displaced from Talbiseh city towards Idlib province, while the displacement process from the rest areas in central Syria, is still suspended until securing the destinations of displacement, where the Syrian Observatory published few hours ago that the process of displacement from central Syria had been stopped, and the sources of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that this stop comes after the recent events witnessed by the displaced people’s convoys from the northern countryside of Homs and the southern countryside of Hama which arrived to the Syrian north, where the first convoy was stopped for long time before the Turkish authorities allowed them to enter to the areas controlled by the “Euphrates shield” factions in the countryside of Aleppo, while the second convoy which arrived at dawn of Wednesday was prevented by the Turkish authorities from entering their controlled areas, followed by a change in destination of the convoy; where it arrived in the morning of today to Qal’aat al-Madiq and then set off towards Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory was informed by the same sources that a meeting took place between representatives of the area and between the Russians in the northern countryside of Homs, and it was agreed that the process of displacement from central Syria will be continued after solving the obstacles of the destination to which the fighters and civilians would be displaced to –of those who refused the agreement– in addition to other points they agreed upon.

The Syrian Observatory published this morning that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a change in destination of the 2nd convoy of displaced people of central Syria, where the 2nd batch of displaced people has departed from the al-Bab area northeast of Aleppo towards Qal’aat al-Madiq in the midnight of yesterday, and it reached Qal’aat al-Madiq this morning and it will move to Idlib Province after that, following the refusal of the Turkish authorities to let it enter areas controlled by “Euphrates Shield” factions in Aleppo countryside, where the 2nd convoy carries on board more than 2800 fighters and civilians who refused the agreement between representatives of the area, and, the Russians and the regime. The 2nd convoy had arrived at Abu al-Zendin dawn on Wednesday, but Turkish authorities refused to let them enter, despite protests and demonstrations that al-Bab city has been witnessing to allow them to be entered, and the Syrian Observatory published last night, that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored continued discontent and resentment by the displaced people of the central Syria’s second convoy which arrived in Abu Al-Zendin crossing in Al-Bab area in the north-east of Aleppo, today dawn, Wednesday the 9th of May 2018, as a result of the continuation of the refusal of the Turkish authorities to allow them to enter the controlled areas of the “Euphrates Shield” forces in Aleppo countryside, and the 2nd convoy carries more than 2800 fighters and their families and citizens of who refuse the agreement between representatives of the area and between the Russians and the regime, amid demands to change the destination of the displacement from Aleppo countryside to Idlib through Qalaat al-Madiq Crossing, and in the same context, a new batch is expected to be brought out tomorrow from the north of Homs towards Qalaat al-Madiq, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published few hours ago, that Al-Bab city witnesses demonstrations and protests by civilians and people displaced to it, as a response to the decision of the Turkish authorities to prevent the displaced people convoy to enter the “Euphrates Shield” Operation Forces in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that tens of citizens are continuing their protest, along with sit-ins and demands by the displaced people waiting on the buses, calling on the concerned parties to move and force the Turkish authorities to allow them to enter, where the convoys have been still waiting since yesterday morning, while other two convoys have been waiting since this dawn at the outskirts of the controlled areas of the Turkish-backed Forces of the “Euphrates Shield” Operation, and the Turkish delay ignited reactions and resentment against the Turkish authorities and the Turkish-backed factions.

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