Hundreds of Civilians Leave Two Besieged Towns in Idlib for Aleppo City
The Arabic language Elam al-Harbi reported that eight buses transferred the injured and patient civilians from Fua’a and Kafraya to Aleppo in return for the evacuation of militants and their families from Eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city.
Based on reports, 12 more buses are ready in Fua’a and Kafraya to evacuate more patients with special medical conditions from these towns to residential centers in Jibrin in Aleppo city.
The Arabic language al-Mayadeen reported earlier today that almost 15,000 militants and their families have been thus far evacuated from the Eastern neighborhoods while more 10,000 militants and their family members are still waiting for evacuation.
Al-Mayadeen further added that 2,500 injured and patient civilians of Fua’a and Kafraya in two 1250-member groups were decided to be evacuated from the towns in return for the evacuation of militants and their families from the Eastern districts of Aleppo.
Based on reports, 1,500 more injured and patient civilians of Fua’a and Kafraya will leave the besieged towns in return for evacuation of 1,500 militants from Zabadani and Madaya in Northwestern Damascus in the next stage.
7,500 militants and their families left Aleppo city yesterday and were transferred to the Western countryside of Aleppo city. Ambulances transferred almost 100 urgent cases to this region.
In the meantime, approximately 900 civilians entered Aleppo city from Idlib and were sent to temporary residential centers in Jibrin district.