BEIRUT – A convoy with nearly 7000 members of a rebel group known as, their family members, and other citizens, is left out of a besieged piece of Eastern Ghouta in Damascus. They travel to the north west of Syria. It reports the Syrian Observatory for human Rights.
The exodus came after the Russian negotiations to take the enclave over to the Syrian government. The observatory says that Tuesday morning early as a hundred buses, the area around the towns of Arbin, Ain Tarma and Zamalka have left. Most of the people who currently leave the area belong to the militia of the al-Rahman Legion.
Since Thursday, leaving the rebels gradually Eastern Ghouta and accept them for themselves and their family a safe passage to Idlib in the northwest of Syria, where the combat groups the service part.
The rebels in Eastern Ghouta in recent weeks reports, during heavy attacks by the Russian-backed Syrian army.
The Russian news agency Tass reports that almost 6800 rebels and their families have been evacuated from Eastern Ghouta into a part of the northwestern province of Idlib. That brings the total number of rebels that the last three days to leave the area at more than 13,000.
The last remaining area in East Ghouta by rebels is checked, is the city of Douma. There shelter tens of thousands of citizens for the violence.
Except in the north-west, the anti-Assad rebels have a piece of territory on the border with Jordan and Israel, and small pockets in the vicinity of the cities of Damascus, Homs and Hama.