A batch of Syrians forcibly left Sunday (July 15) Daraa to the north after striking a displacement deal between locals and the Russians, Orient News correspondent said.
A convoy of 15 buses moved from Sejneh neighborhood in Daraa through the International Highway of Damascus- Daraa with at least 700 of the military men and the civilians.
The buses had 60 children and 30 women on board, according to an Anadolu Agency.
The zero point will of arrival will be Qalaet al-Madeeq in Hama northern countryside.
On June 16, 2018, the Assad-Russian military alliance opened an offensive in Daraa and Quneitra, one of the last anti-regime held areas in Syria.
The United Nations estimates that 271,800 people have fled the hostilities thus far, moving toward the Jordanian border and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Monitoring groups said thousands of Syrians returned home after Russians struck deals with some Free Syria Army (FSA) groups, stipulating handing over whole areas to the regime and its allies so locals can return.