Syrian security officials said 30 buses are most likely to evacuate on Thursday around 900 terrorists, who have turned down the offer to join the peace agreement with the government but agreed to leave Aleppo.
“The militants, who have applied to leave Aleppo, will not face any problem by the security forces,” Abdul Hamid Seirafi, a Syrian judiciary official, told FNA.
Russian and Syrian military forces, in a joint exercise on Wednesday, reviewed the process of evacuating terrorists from the Eastern districts of Aleppo city.
“In the presence of a large number of journalists, the Russian and Syrian military, religious and judicial officials, the Russian and Syrian soldiers reviewed and drilled A to Z of the evacuation plan in Aleppo city to relocate the militants to Idlib province,” FNA correspondent from Northern Syria said.
“Terrorists are to leave Aleppo via two corridors in Castello and Bostan al-Pasha. Several buses hoisting flags of Syria and Russia will carry them to the specified locations,” FNA added.
The terrorists, who want to leave Aleppo, will be accompanied by security forces up to al-Lairamoun square and will be delivered to the Red Crescent.
Those militants, who want to return to normal life, will be pardoned by the government and the rest will be relocated to Idlib.
Several government, religious, security, police and Red Crescent officials in addition to the Syrian and Russian military forces will monitor the evacuation of the terrorists from Aleppo, according to our correspondent.