Terrorists’ Swap with Civilians of Kafria, Foua’a Set for Sunday
The Syrian army and the militants reached an agreement in September under the UN supervision, to exchange captured and surrounded militants in Zabadani city in Damascus province with civilians of the two Shiite-populated Kafria and Foua’a cities in 6 months.
According to the Lebanese Al-Akhbar daily, some 129 militants are due to leave Zabadani city in exchange for 400 civilians from Kafria and Foua’a on Sunday.
Earlier reports said that the Syrian people in the two besieged towns of Kafria and Foua’a are facing a dire shortage of foodstuff, drinking water and weapons to defend themselves against the terrorists.
“The popular resistance forces are faced with acute shortage of weapons and munitions,” a field source told FNA in September.
“The residents of Foua’a and Kafria, specially women, children and the elderly, are acutely suffering a shortage of foodstuff, drinking water and health services as we are facing the outbreak of new diseases everyday due to the lack of water and first aid,” the source added.
The Takfiri terrorists have laid a siege on the two Shiite-populated towns for around 9 months now.
The terrorists have been pounding the two towns all throughout the last 9 months.