Thousands of Syrians continue to leave the territories controlled by gangs through the humanitarian corridor of Abu Duhur in the province of Idlib.
On June 23, 2018, at 8:00 am, the humanitarian corridor between the settlements of Tel Sultan and Abu Duhur resumed its operation. Currently, over 16,000 civilians have already crossed it. By the end of the month, about 4,300 civilians plan to leave the Idlib zone of de-escalation. The capacity of the corridor is 2,000 people per day.
Recall that thanks to the earlier agreement between the militant leaders and the Russian military, civilians can leave the province of Idlib under the control of the gangs and go over to the side of the Syrian government.
Transit security is provided by the military police of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and members of the security forces of the UAR. Russian and Syrian military sappers carefully inspect the columns of refugees to prevent attempts to transport explosives, weapons and ammunition.
In the area of the humanitarian corridor, the Center for Reconciliation has set up hot food outlets, delivering food kits and providing first aid. Also in readiness are ambulance carriages, if necessary evacuating citizens to the nearest hospitals and hospitals.