The process of transporting the locals of terrorist-besieged towns of Kefraya and al-Foua to al-Eis corridor in Aleppo southern countryside ended on Thursday.
Local media reported that all buses had left Kefraya and al-Foua, both in Syria’s northwestern Idlib Province, and that the towns had been “empty of civilians.”
Transporting the locals comes in implementation of the agreement which stipulates liberating the rest of the kidnapped people from the village of Eshtabraq, in addition to thousands of Kefraya and al-Foua locals. The Syrian government, in exchange, is to release hundreds of militant prisoners.
SANA reporter in Aleppo said that dozens of buses and ambulances carrying the locals of the besieged towns were secured and they arrived in al-Eis corridor. The locals will be transported later to makeshift centers.
On Thursday dawn, ambulances affiliated to the Syrian Arab Red Crescent carrying 13 humanitarian cases from the towns of al-Foua and Kefraya arrived in al-Eis corridor and the humanitarian cases were immediately admitted at Aleppo hospitals to receive treatment.
The reporter added that tens of buses arrived in the makeshift centers which had been supplied by Aleppo Governorate with all the required services, in addition to raising the state of readiness at the hospitals to take care of patients and provide all required services.
The reporter indicated that the rest of buses are scheduled to successively arrive in the temporary housing centers, in addition to liberating the rest of the kidnapped from the village of Eshtabraq.