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BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:10 P.M.) – Over 30 buses from Kafraya and Al-Fou’aa arrived in Aleppo City today after making the short journey from the Idlib Governorate, local activists reported this afternoon.

These buses were monitored very closely during their arduous trip from Al-Fou’aa and Kafraya to the Aleppo Governorate, as security concerns created a greater need for coordination between all parties involved in the Iran-Qatar agreement.

In addition to the arrival of civilians from Al-Fou’aa and Kafraya, militants and their families from Al-Zabadani and Madaya reportedly arrived at their destination in northern Syria.

The second phase of the Iran-Qatar agreement has now concluded, with only one phase left; this requires the government to concede Al-Fou’aa and Kafraya to the jihadist groups.

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Thank to God that they safely arrived and were not bombed again.