BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:10 P.M.) – The rebel forces have surrendered more equipment to the Syrian military, today, as part of their peace agreement with government.

According to a military source in Homs, the rebel forces surrendered at least two tanks and two BMPs to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Russian police at the Al-Rastan Bridge.

However, despite handing over these armored vehicles, these rebels will not be evacuated from the area until Monday.

The reason for the delayed evacuation is the shortage of buses to transport the militants and their family members to northern Syria.

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Shortage of buses!!!
Well, this is a successful diplomacy. So mass surrender of rebels that there is too little bus for transport. It can be see here that the right diplomacy has been held since the surrender of the first enclave a year and more ago.