Civilians trapped in Idlib for three years are being evacuated into government-held territories

Fou’a and Fufrayya civilians who trapped in Idlib province for three years are being evacuated into the government-held areas, local media reported on Monday.
Almost 21 buses have been entered the two besieged Syrian towns of “Fou’a and Fufrayya” in order to evacuate 1200 people in a new reached agreement with Hayyat Tahrir Al-Sham “HTS” group.
The recently concluded agreement includes transporting a number of HTS militants from the embattled Al-Yarmouk neighborhood in southern Damascus towards northern Syria.
According to SANA news agency, the agreement also stipulates for releasing 85 abductees from the town of Eshtabraq of Idlib in two stages.

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