The last Batch of Khan al-Sheeh Residents Left towadrs #Idlib

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 1 December, 2016

#ElDorar AlShamia:

The second and last group of Khan al-Sheeh camp’s residents get out, on Thursday, after more than 26-hours wait as a result of non-availability of transport buses.

About 4,500 people, most of them fighters came out by (60) buses in their way to the province of Idlib, Omar al-Shami a member of “Mulham” volunteer team and a member of the local council in the city of Katana reported.

The first batch of the camp’s \1,200\ displaced residents had arrived at its destination “Idlib province”, mostly families, Tuesday morning, escorted by the Syrian Red Crescent.

The agreement has been concluded between military factions in the camp and the al-Assad regime providing for the departure of the fighters with their families, as well as those civilians wish to leave to the city of Idlib, after a military campaign waged by the al-Assad's forces several months ago led to the separation of the camp from the surroundings.