Wounded terrorists will be transported from Eastern Ghouta to the Bab al-Hawa checkpoint in northwestern Idlib and then to Turkey for treatment, a source of the Rossa Primavera Information Agency reported on March 26.
The source also reports that militants from the Faylaq Al-Rahman group (organization banned in Russia) arrived to the city of Jisr al-Shughur with their family members for settlement. The city, which is controlled by President al-Assad’s opponents, is located in the western part of the Idlib province, 20 kilometers away from the Turkish border. The militants were removed along a corridor arranged through agreements with the Russian military. The removal was controlled by the Syrian police, members of the Russian Center for Reconciliation, and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent.
In January 2018, hostilities escalated in Eastern Ghouta near the Syrian capital, Damascus. Humanitarian corridors have now been established to evacuate civilians and militants who observe the ceasefire.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency