Hundreds of Syrian rebels left the city of al-tal, which is 10 km from Damascus (capital of Syria). The liberation of the city took place in the framework of agreements with the government of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, reports Deutsche Welle.
Syrian government troops have established control over al-tal.
According to the Syrian monitoring centre for human rights, about two thousand rebels and their families left the city for 40 buses and ambulances. According to observers, the rebels went to the North of the country.
Previously the number of insurgents in al-Thale was estimated at fifteen thousand, a third of which were part of the Islamist al-Nusra Front.
On 2 December, Syria’s opposition forces has accused Russia that it intends to tighten the negotiation process on Aleppo.