BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:30 P.M.) – A large number of families managed to escape the East Ghouta region, today, after the Russian military opened a new humanitarian corridor.

According to a military source in Damascus, up to 140 families exited the Harasta suburb as part of the evacuation agreement between the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham.

The source added that these families left Harasta through the humanitarian corridor located near the water resources building.

With the evacuation of these families, the first part of the Syrian Army-Ahrar Al-Sham agreement has been completed in Harasta.

 

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