Este miércoles comenzaron a arribar a las ciudades de Foua y Kafraya, que han estado sitiadas por grupos jihadistas durante años, los buses que evacuarán a los residentes y combatientes progubernamentales.

Un total de 90 vehículos han ingresado a las dos localidades de mayoría chií ubicados en la zona rural de Idlib, a los que se sumarían 30 más, luego de un acuerdo entre Damasco y los jihadistas.

El convoy trasladará a alrededor de 7 mil personas entre civiles y combatientes a zonas bajo control del gobierno en el sur de Alepo, en la que será la evacuación final de los pueblos.

El acuerdo, que contó con la participación de Turquía e Irán, incluye la liberación de 1500 prisioneros en manos del gobierno sirio, incluyendo 36 integrantes de Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham, grupo vinculado a al-Qaeda.

Civiles de la villa de Ishtabraq y que fueron secuestrados por ihadistas también serán liberados.

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