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Russia and Syria to open humanitarian corridors in Aleppo
16:32, 28 July 2016
Russia and Syria to open humanitarian corridors in Aleppo

Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu said that the rebels who lay down their arms, will get the chance to surrender

16:32, 28 July 2016

Reuters

Russian and the Syrian governments will open humanitarian corridors in Aleppo and offer opposition fighters willing to lay down their weapons to go out of the city.

This was announced by the Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu on Thursday, according to VoA.

Announcement coincided with the announcement by President Bashar al-Assad a general amnesty for rebels who lay down their arms and surrender to the authorities in the next three months.

Syrian government forces and allied troops surrounded the main rebel enclave in the city of Aleppo. According to the UN, about 300 thousand residents were trapped in the eastern part of the city, which is controlled by the rebels.

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In a statement broadcasted on television Sergey Shoygu said that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered to hold a "large-scale humanitarian operation" in the neighborhood of Aleppo, to help the civilian population and to give the soldiers who want to lay down their weapons, the possibility of surrender

See also: Russia sends another humanitarian convoy to occupied Luhansk

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