Hundreds of civilians exited from Eastern Ghouta in Damascus Countryside province through the humanitarian corridor leading to al-Wafideen Camp set up by the Syrian Arab Army for securing and transporting them to housing centers.
A military source said that 1092 civilians who had been besieged by terrorist organizations in Eastern Ghouta exited on Sunday through al-Wafideen corridor.
A source said that most of the civilians exiting from the corridor are women, children, and elderly people, in addition to some patients, adding that they were received by army personnel in cooperation with medical teams from Damascus Countryside Health Governorate.
The source added that Damascus Countryside Governorate has provided ambulances and buses for transporting the civilians who exited from Ghouta.
Since al-Wafideen safe corridor was opened on February 27th, the terrorist organizations attempted to prevent the civilians from leaving through it so that they can keep using them as human shields.
By: Suhad Alaawar