MOSCOW, April 24. /TASS/. Russian centre for the reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria over the past day organized conclusion 355 fighters and their families from the Syrian city Ruhama in the Eastern area of Kalamun. This was stated on Tuesday at the Ministry of defense of the Russian Federation.
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A “centre for reconciliation of the warring parties and units of the Russian military police with respect to enhanced security measures the third day of the ongoing withdrawal of the militants of illegal armed groups and members of their families from the area of reconciliation of the Eastern Kalamun via a humanitarian corridor, with a checkpoint in the area of the settlement Ruhama. For the past day through this humanitarian corridor out of 355 fighters and members of their families”, – informed the Agency .
It is noted that all the militants with the families of the 11 buses, accompanied by cars of security services of the Syrian Arab Republic, ambulances of the Syrian Arab red Crescent delivered to the Northern province of Aleppo. During the withdrawal, the militants handed over 17 units of weapons, ammunition 2.8 thousand, 29 hand grenades. All of Eastern Kalamoun from April 20 to receive 4277 fighters and members of their families.
In the Syrian city of Duma continues work on the clearance of houses and infrastructure. “For the past day cleared seven houses and house adjoining territories. Defused nine improvised explosive devices,” the defense Ministry said. In addition, in the Duma maintenance crews under reconstruction for the resumption of water and electricity, there is a repair of roads.
During the day, in their homes in HOMS province returned 170 people in the province of Deir ez-Zor – 450 people in Eastern ghouta – 397. The efforts of the Russian Centre for reconciliation in their homes from camps for refugees and internally displaced persons have returned 62516 residents of Eastern ghouta.
Russian military doctors during the day provided medical help to Syrians 97, including 48 children.