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More Militants will leave Eastern Ghouta for Idlib Soon

According to Fars News, more militants will leave Eastern Ghouta for Idlib along with their family members as several buses have arrived in the region to evacuate them, field sources reported.
It is also reported that several  buses started to arrive in Jobar, Zmelka, Arbin and Ein Terma militant-held regions in Eastern Ghouta to pick up another group of gunmen and their families to Idlib.
They added that the army units on Tuesday morning secured the exit of another group of civilians who were held by terrorists in the Northern part of the Eastern Ghouta through al-Wafedeen camp corridor.
The Russian Defense Ministry said earlier today that more than 6,700 militants and their families left Syria’s Eastern Ghouta region near Damascus via a humanitarian corridor on Monday, adding that they were transported to Idlib province.
“On the basis of an earlier agreement signed by senior officials of the Russian center for Syrian reconciliation and leaders of the Faylaq al-Rahman group, militants continued to withdraw from the settlement of Arbin (Eastern Ghouta) on March 26, and a sum of 6,749 militants and members of their families left the area through the organized humanitarian corridor and were transported by 110 buses to the province of Idlib,” the ministry’s statement read.
The total number of militants and their families, who have left Arbin in the past three days, has reached 13,190 people, the ministry added.
Furthermore, as a result of the agreements reached by the Russian reconciliation center with the leaders of the militant groups, 26 illegally detained Syrian servicemen and civilians, who were held captive by the Faylaq al-Rahman group, were released on Monday, according to the statement.

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