December 7, 2016 - Fort Russ News -
Militants of the of the Fatah Aleppo coalition have surrendered almost the entire remaining part of the Aleppo cauldron and are leaving the city along with their families following an agreement reached last night between the Russian and Turkish governments.
The armed gangs have surrendered to units of the Syrian Army at least 4 districts of the largest Syrian city. 85% of the territory of all of eastern Aleppo is now under Damascus’ control.
The media and speakers of the illegal armed formations have already acknowledged the withdrawal of militants and their families.
The bandits are being loaded onto buses for evacuation to the province of Idlib. A portion of them will be evacuated by foot through the specially prepared 700 meter corridor from northeastern Aleppo to the southeastern districts controlled by armed gangs. This passage is located between the Aleppo Citadel, the as-Safsafa district, and the al-Ayun hospital.
According to the Russian-Turkish agreement, control over the al-Farfra, Qarm al -Jabal, Bab-Khadid, and Afiun districts has been transferred over to the government of the Syrian Arab Republic.
The remaining districts where the terrorist gangs do not intend to surrender are occupied by the Islamist coalition of Jaish al-Fatah.
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