المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The new displaced people convoy continues its way towards the Syrian North carrying people displaced from central Syria

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the departure of a new convoy of displaced people from the southern countryside of Hama in central Syria, towards the Syrian North, where the convoy is continuing its way towards Idlib province, and it is expected to reach the province in the next few hours, amid anticipations for preparing a new convoy of displaced people, tomorrow morning, Monday the 13th of May 2018, after the Syrian Observatory published few hours ago that a new convoy has arrived in Qalaat al-Madiq, at the outskirts of Idlib, including tens of buses and tens of private vehicles, carrying more than 3300 citizens and fighters displaced from the northern countryside of Homs and the southern countryside of Hama, where preparations are underway to enter them to Idlib province, while the process of completing the preparations of a now convoy is underway in order to depart from the southern countryside of Hama toward Idlib in the next few hours, and the displacement is expected to be completed in the next few days until completing the entire term of the displacement within the agreement of the Russians and the regime with representatives of the northern countryside of Homs and southern countryside of Hama.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the arrival of the 2nd batch of the 4th convoy to the outskirts of Idlib Province, where the convoy includes more than 180 vehicles including about 55 buses, and carrying about 2550 civilians and fighters, raising to about 4050, the number of people who were displaced within 25 batches in the 4th convoy, which in turn rises to at least 13050, the number of people who were displaced from the northern countryside of Homs and the southern countryside of Hama on board of 4 convoys, while preparations for a new convoy –the 5th one–  are now taking place to displace the people from the northern countryside of Homs and the southern countryside of Hama towards the Syrian north.

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