There is news on reaching a cease-fire deal between the Syrian state and terrorist groups in Western Ghouta that will allow the evacuation of militants after they surrender, a source said Friday.
The source added that the agreement enters into effect once the terrorist groups confirm their commitment to its provisions.
The agreement provides for the exit of most of terrorist factions while the legal status of other terrorists will be settled.
According to the agreement, the terrorist groups will be evacuated to Idleb and the eastern Badiyah (desert) while other terrorists have to decide whether to leave or stay in Yelda, Babila and Beit Sahm and settle their legal status.
The source noted that taking into account that some terrorist groups may evade or hinder the agreement, the Syrian state will continue its military operation in Western Ghouta till the full implementation of the agreement.
By: Suhad Alaawar