The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that 26 covered trucks carrying 180 ISIL militants and their family members with a total of 2,000 left the farms between Baqouz region and the Eastern banks of the Euphrates for an unknown destination on Wednesday.
It also noted that two ISIL emirs, one of them Egyptian, were also among the ISIL terrorists leaving Baqouz region, and said, “There are over 200 ISIL militants with Iraqi, Syrian, Asian and European nationalities who are still in tunnels of Baqouz farms as they are likely to leave the region soon.”
The SOHR said that also 40 fully-covered trucks with Iraqi Erbil’s plate numbers belonging to the US-led coalition and some Iraqi Army military vehicles left Syria for Iraq.
In a relevant development on Tuesday, several ISIL terrorists and their family members left Eastern Euphrates region on more than 50 trucks of the US-led coalition.
The SOHR reported that over 50 covered trucks carrying ISIL militants and their family members left the area.
It added that the trucks had entered the region on Tuesday in line with the secret agreement between the US-led coalition and the ISIL, noting that the fate of those ISIL militants who have rejected the agreement is not clear yet.
The SOHR had reported on Tuesday that the US-led coalition had sent a large number of trucks to Eastern Syria to transfer the ISIL terrorists from Deir Ezzur province after reaching an agreement with the militants, media reports said.
“Some 50 to 60 US trucks arrived in farms located between al-Baghouz and banks of Eastern Euphrates in Eastern Deir Ezzur to relocate the terrorists from the region,” the report said.
It noted that the arrival of the trucks had taken place in line with taking out the remnants of the ISIL and their families after a covert agreement was reached between the US Army troops and the ISIL terrorists in the region.
The US-led coalition forces are also expected to officially announce the end of the ISIL in the last area under their control in Eastern Euphrates.
The United States has sent tens of trucks with suspicious cargoes from Northern Iraq to Eastern Syria as reports say Washington and its allied militants are readying to declare the end of the ISIL’s presence in Eastern Euphrates territories, media reports said.