Syrian Army Sets up Another Safe Corridor to Evacuate Civilians from Eastern Ghouta
The sources said that the army has established a new humanitarian corridor from the town of Harasta to Water Resources Company Building near the international Highway to Damascus for the evacuation of civilians from the terrorist-held regions in Eastern Ghouta.
The sources said that a large number of people in Harasta are moving towards the new corridor.
In the meantime, the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria reported that over 11,000 civilians have left Eastern Ghouta via humanitarian corridors for safer regions since 11 a.m Saturday.
The Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria reported earlier today that almost 7,000 civilians have left terrorist-held regions in Eastern Ghouta for the regions that are under the Syrian Army control in the early hours of Saturday.
The Russian center said that a sum of 17,000 civilians managed to leave Eastern Ghouta on Friday, adding that almost 7,000 more civilians have left the terrorist-held regions in Eastern Ghouta via humanitarian corridors this morning.
It added that evacuation of civilians from Eastern Ghouta is underway through two corridors in Hmouriyeh and al-Wafedeen regions.