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Homs governor says 611 civilians evacuated from opposition-controlled old town

News | 10.02.2014 | 00:02
 

As many as 611 civilians have been evacuated from the opposition-controlled old town quarters in Homs, the SNA news agency quoted Homs Governor Talal al-Barrazi as saying on Sunday.

According to al-Barrazi, the ceasefire agreement may be extended for three days more to give local residents an opportunity to leave dangerous areas.

“The issue is being discussed by the parties,” he said.

According to earlier reports, a total of 190 tonnes of humanitarian cargoes, including foodstuffs and medicines, were delivered to the old town quarters. Only a convoy of trucks under United Nations flags managed to reach the town, while trucks of the Syrian Red Crescent were not let in by the armed opposition. The Al-Mayadeen television channel said gunfire had been opened at trucks taking the civilians out of Homs. No one was hurt.

ITAR-TASS

 
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    Natalia MEDEN

Does Normandy Four Group Need Another Member?

The US Ukraine policy boils down to some basic elements. In words Washington supports the Minsk agreement reached by Russia, Germany, France and Ukraine. It regularly accuses Moscow of being in violation of the agreement. At the same time it renders military aid to Ukraine and does its best to get European allies involved into the process. The State Department has recently confirmed the words spoken by John Tefft, U.S. Ambassador to Russia, who said that the participation of U.S. President Barack Obama in future rounds of “Normandy Four” negotiations on Donbass is possible

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