Syrian government forces freed on Sunday eight districts in the east of the Aleppo city, evacuating 2,500 civilians, including 800 children, and forcing dozens of militants to surrender, as they are still advancing at three main axes.
“The Syrian army and allied forces are advancing at three fronts amid quick collapse of armed groups east of Aleppo,” AL-Manar TV reporter said.
The evacuated civilians include 500 people from the al-Qadisiyah district and about 1,500 people from the districts of Jabal Bidart and Hai es Sackur.
Evacuated civilians talked about major collapses in the ranks of the terrorists who have revengefully targeted the western region and some northern rural areas, which led to the fall of martyrs in the besieged towns of Nobbol and Zahra.
The situation in Aleppo has been seriously deteriorating over the recent months. Thousands of citizens are believed to be trapped in the terrorist-besieged eastern parts of Aleppo with no access to food or water.
Source: Al-Manar Website