Since the establishment of a humanitarian corridor, some 300 people have left Eastern Ghouta in recent days.
According to the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Conflicting Parties in Syria, since the establishment of an evacuation corridor in Eastern Ghouta, about 300 people have left the area, Sputnik reported.
Major-General Vladimir Zolotukhin, spokesman for the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Conflicting Parties in Syria, reported on the evacuation of 300 civilians since the establishment of a humanitarian corridor.
“After the evacuation of these people, popular protests against terrorists in this region have multiplied,” Zolotukhin added.
Earlier, the head of the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Conflicting Parties in Syria, Major-General Yuriy Yeftahenko, said 148 residents of Eastern Ghouta had managed to leave the area and were already in detention centers. temporary accommodation.
Meanwhile, the Syrian army continues its operations in Eastern Ghouta. It is now near the city of Jasrine, in the center of this region. Syrian army forces arrived in Jasrine after liberating the city of al-Aftaris.
The other units of the army tracked down the rest of the terrorists in the city of Harasta.
According to the Interfax news agency, the Russian and Turkish Foreign Ministers discussed developments in Eastern Ghouta on Wednesday (14 March).
During a press briefing in Moscow, Sergei Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister, warned that any US attack on Syria would have disastrous repercussions.
“If such attacks occur, let the perpetrators be assured that the harshest repercussions will await them,” Lavrov said.
The Russia Today reporter announced that the Syrian army was moving towards the city of Hamouria.
“Syrian forces have released several buildings in the city of Jasrine,” he added.
The locality of al-Maslakh, west of the city of al-Chifouniya, and the south of the locality of Hadiqa al-Jalaa have been totally liberated.
Eight elements of the Syrian Popular Forces were killed during the bombing of the Kimar crossing point near Afrin by Turkish fighter jets. As a result of these bombings, residents of the cities of Nobol and al-Zahra took to the streets to protest this shameless crime.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish president, said he hoped the Turkish forces would occupy Afrin tonight.