Buses with a second group of militants and their families were seen departing the southwest province of Quneitra, through the Jaba crossing to northern Syria’s Idlib province, on Saturday.
They moved through the countryside from their departure point in the village of Um Batina, en route to northern Syria.
This is the second batch of militants relocated from the area after a first group left the area on Friday, when, according to Syrian government news agency SANA, 55 buses departed Um Batina.
The operation was part of a deal struck between the government and opposition forces on Thursday.
The agreement stipulates that the Syrian Arab Army will return to the area after militants who decline to take part in the reconciliation process are given safe passage to Syria’s opposition-held north-western Idlib province.
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