“The countries which supported the terrorists have become perplexed and disappointed after the army captured al-Qaboun district,” Ali Maqsoud, a former Syrian General, told FNA on Saturday.
“80% of the militants in Eastern Ghouta are due to surrender their arms to the government and will have their cases processed, and the remaining militants will be transferred to Idlib,” he added.
A local official confirmed on Tuesday that the entire gunmen and their family members have left al-Qaboun district in Eastern Damascus in the second and final phase of an evacuation deal concluded between the Syrian Army and the militants.
Damascus Governor General Bashr al-Saban said that 3,377 people including 1,604 gunmen left al-Qaboun district last Sunday and Monday within the framework of the second and final phase of the evacuation deal between the army and the militants.
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