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24 December 2016 - 23:38
News ID: 426019
Rasa - The terrorists who have laid siege on Fua'a and Kafraya in Idlib still continue to violate the agreement that envisaged evacuation of militants from Eastern Aleppo and two other cities in return for the transfer of the wounded civilians from the two towns.
Terrorists Repeatedly Violate Agreement on Evacuation of Injured People from Fua

RNA - During the talks held on the evacuation of terrorists from Aleppo, it was agreed that 4,500 people of Fua'a and Kafraya would be transferred to safe areas in Aleppo but reports from Idlib say that the militants are preventing their exit from the two towns.


According to reports, nearly 10,000 terrorists left Aleppo only last week, but only 1,000 residents of Fua'a and Kafraya were allowed by the militants to be evacuated from the two towns.


Local sources in Fua'a and Kafraya said that 21 buses are waiting since this morning for the terrorists' permission to evacuate the wounded people, the patients and the children out of the two besieged towns.


A Syrian army source said last Wednesday that the terrorist groups lack commitment to the agreement on the exit of injured civilians from Fua'a and Kafraya.


The source said that the terrorist groups that have laid siege on Fua'a and Kafraya towns in Northern Idlib once again violated the evacuation agreement's terms based on which the militants and their family members could leave Aleppo safely.


People in Aleppo took to the streets on Friday after the Syrian Army General Command declared restoration of security and stability to Aleppo city and its liberation from terrorists.


The citizens marched through the streets, expressing joy over the victory of the Syrian army and its allies over the terrorists and expelling them from Aleppo.


Aleppo residents carried flags of the homeland and raised pictures of President Bashar al-Assad, while mosques called to prayers and the churches tolled their bells.


On Thursday, the last batch of terrorists and their families left the neighborhoods of Al-Zobaydiyeh, al-Ansari and Salahuddin East of Aleppo.


The Syrian Army and its allies from the resistance front made history and took back the country's second most important city from thousands of terrorists in a landmark victory that will change the future of the war in Syria.


The last pocket of terrorists left Eastern Aleppo on Thursday evening, meaning that the Syrian army and its allies purged all city districts of Jeish Al-Fatah terrorists and completed control over the entire city.


Syria has been grappling with deadly unrests since early 2011, and only after two years, Damascus found itself under the siege of a variety of terrorist groups overtly and covertly supported by the western powers and their regional allies -- especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.


Since mid-2012, the government forces have been fighting with the foreign-backed militants to take control of Aleppo, Syria's largest city and the country’s former commercial hub.


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