DAMASCO, SIRIA – Hace algunas horas, comandantes del autoproclamado Estado Islámico (ISIS) llegaron a un acuerdo con el Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) para evacuar a todos sus militantes de la última zona bajo control del grupo terrorista en la provincia de Hama.

Según el corresponsal de Al-Masdar News, Ibrahim Joudeh, los yihadistas ya han comenzado a abandonar las aldeas y pueblos de Soha, Abu Hubailat, Akash, Al-Bargutiya y Umm Mil, todos ubicados a lo largo de la carretera M-45 en el sureste de Hama.

Fuentes militares añadieron que alrededor de mil militantes de ISIS y miembros de sus familias van a ser transferidos desde Hama a la provincia de Deir Ezzor (Al-Mayadín) en virtud del acuerdo firmado por el EAS el jueves por la noche.

Se espera que la evacuación llegue concluya antes del fin de semana, agregó Ibrahim Joudeh. También se espera que las aldeas controladas por ISIS en el centro de Homs sean entregadas en breve.

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