Fua'a, Kafraya refugees urge Syrian Army to rescue family members

 

 

A number of wounded residents of Fua'a and Kafraya who have been transferred to Hasya camp under the agreement between the government and the militants in Aleppo underlined that their psychological wounds would never heal as long as their family members are under the terrorists' siege.

"Our family members are under everyday attacks by the terrorists' mortar and missile fire," said the father of a family who has been transferred to Hasya.

The wounded father and other people accompanying him in Hasya camp called on the Syrian army to help them rescue their family members from the hands of the terrorist groups.

According to an agreement between the Syrian government and the militants, approximately 2,500 civilians of Idlib should have left Fua'a and Kafraya in two 1,250 groups in return for evacuation of trapped militants in Aleppo's Eastern neighborhoods.

 

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