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Syria | Evacuation of 150,000 Civilians from the Eastern Ghouta Since the Start of the Humanitarian Truce

The Russian Defense Ministry announced that some 150,000 civilians have left the Eastern Ghouta since the start of the humanitarian truce on February 28.

The ministry said on Saturday that since the start of the humanitarian truces in the Eastern Ghouta, and with the help of the Russian Reconciliation Center, more than 150,000 people have left.

The civilians continue to leave the Eastern Ghouta with the help of the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria, and residents of Duma continue to leave through the humanitarian corridor in Al-Wafidin Camp and all necessary means have been provided to assist them, according to the ministry.

"With the help of the Russian Center for Reconciliation, the return of civilians from the liberated areas of the Eastern Ghouta to Saqba, Kafr Batna, Ein Tirma, Zemlaka, Harasta and other liberated areas continues with the distribution of humanitarian aid and medicines to them," the ministry said.

The ministry pointed that it continues its direct coverage over the Internet for the exit of civilians from the Eastern Ghouta and through the surveillance cameras in humanitarian corridor of Al-Wafidin and Arbin refugee camps.

- Civilians during their departure from Ghouta