US-Russian Aleppo Evacuation Proposal Says Nusra Terrorists Can Only Go to Idlib

© AFP 2022 / George OURFALIANSyrian civilians arrive at a checkpoint manned by pro-government forces, at the al-Hawoz street roundabout, after leaving Aleppo's eastern neighbourhoods on December 10, 2016
Syrian civilians arrive at a checkpoint manned by pro-government forces, at the al-Hawoz street roundabout, after leaving Aleppo's eastern neighbourhoods on December 10, 2016 - Sputnik International
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The agreement between the United States and Russia to open up evacuation routes for civilians and lightly-armed militants in eastern Aleppo will be implemented within 48 hours, according to US media.

Syrians, from various western districts, wait at the Razi bus stop in Aleppo's central Jamiliyeh neighbourhood before taking part in a bus trip through government-held territory between the two sides of the divided city on December 3, 2016 as the pro-government forces seized 60 percent of the former rebel stronghold in east Aleppo - Sputnik International
'Continuous Flow': Civilians Fleeing East Aleppo Through Humanitarian Corridors
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The United States and Russia agreed on Sunday to open up evacuation routes for civilians and lightly-armed militants in eastern Aleppo, according to a text of the proposal seen by US media.

The agreement will be implemented within 48 hours, the Reuters news agency said. It cited an opposition official who said rebels still had to respond to the proposal. The Syrian government is to guarantee a safe exit.

If implemented, the deal will have militants from the Nusra Front terror group (outlawed in Russia) brought to the Idlib province. Other rebels will be free to go elsewhere as long as they leave heavy weapons behind.

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