DAMASCUS, Syria, The sixth batch of 37 buses, which carry hundreds of terrorists and their families, got out of Yalda, Babila and Beit Sahem towns, heading for the north of Syria.
Earlier, a number of buses, on Tuesday, entered the towns of Babila, Yalda and Beit Sahem, to evacuate a new batch of terrorists, who are unwilling to settle their legal status, along with their families, to northern Syria.
SANA's correspondent in the south of Damascus, said that, a number of buses entered the three towns via the Beit Sahem road, to transport the 6th batch of terrorists to northern Syria, after they handed over their medium and heavy weapons.
The correspondent added that, those who want to settle their legal status will stay in their homes, after they pledge not to take part in any act that may disturb public security and civil peace.
The process of preparing the buses is taking place at a designated point, in the centre of Beit Sahem town, and then the buses are taken to the outskirts of the town, after inspecting them.
During the past five days, 218 buses, carrying hundreds of terrorists with their families, exited from the three towns to Jarablos and Idleb, under the supervision of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC).
Source: Nam News Network