Terrorists prevent civilians from leaving terrorist-held areas via humanitarian corridors for the sixth consecutive day

ALEPPO/IDLEB, (ST)- Terrorist organizations continued for the sixth consecutive day to prevent civilians from leaving terrorist-held areas through the humanitarian corridors of Abu al-Duhour and al-Habeit in Idleb countryside and al-Hader in the southern countryside of Aleppo which were set up by the Syrian Arab army to help those civilians leave to safe areas under the control of the Syrian government, according to SANA reporters in Idleb and Aleppo.

The terrorist groups are taking the trapped citizens as human shields to hamper the army's progress in its operations to uproot terrorism from the remaining terrorist hotbeds in the country.

 The reporters said that over the past days, the terrorist groups sabotaged the sub roads leading to these humanitarian corridors and put sand barriers to prevent the movement of cars used by those wishing to get out of the terrorist-controlled areas to safe places.

The terrorists have also been targeting the vicinity of the three corridors with rockets and they have even planted mines on the roads leading to the corridors to prevent citizens from leaving.

Hamda Mustafa