The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) will open two humanitarian corridors with the terrorist-occupied Greater Idlib region in order to facilitate the evacuation of the civilians stuck there, the al-Mayadeen TV revealed on February 15.
According to the Lebanese news channel, the new humanitarian corridors will be established in the town of Miznaz in western Aleppo and the town of Bjariz in southeast Idlib.
The Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria confirmed that new humanitarian corridors will be opened soon, calling on the remaining militants in Greater Idlib to abandon hostile acts and engage in the reconciliation process.
Last months, the SAA opened three humanitarian corridors around Greater Idlib. However, al-Qaeda-affiliated Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), which controls the region, prevented the people from leaving.
HTS’ rejection of any peaceful solution forced the SAA to resume military operations in Greater Idlib. In a few weeks, the army captured the strategic Damascus-Aleppo highway, formally known as the M5, and secured Aleppo city.
The plans to establish new humanitarian corridors indicate that the SAA may announce a ceasefire in Greater Idlib soon. Such a measure could allow tens of thousands of civilians to return to their liberated towns and villages.