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Kremlin wants citizens away from Ghouta

MOSCOW – Russia wants, that the besieged citizens of the Syrian region of Ghouta at times agreed through an agreed route to be able to depart. The Russian minister of Defence Sergey Sjojgoe has said that from the 27th of February from 09.00 hours in the morning to 14.00 hrs in the afternoon a “humanitarian gevechtspauze” will be, according to the Russian news agency Interfax.

According to Sjojgoe the gevechtspauze and the evacuation of civilians in command of president Vladimir Putin to avoid more civilian casualties, in the battle fall.

According to Sjojgoe the gevechtspauze and the evacuation of civilians in command of president Vladimir Putin to avoid more civilian casualties, in the battle fall. Since the spring of 2013 in a densely populated region east of Damascus, fighters and civilians under siege. Earlier this month, the Syrian armed forces, in an offensive begun.

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