Leave East Ghouta: Syrian regime
The Syrian regime, which keeps Eastern Ghouta under bombardment for months, called the civilizations "leave the region".
The Syrian regime, which kept the Eastern Ghouta under bombarded for months, called civilians to "leave the region" just before the United Nations Security Council for a ceasefire proposal.
Civilians were asked to leave the region in the "determined safe corridors" by the notices dropped from military helicopters.
The United Nations Security Council is preparing for an interview with a call for a ceasefire lasting 30 days so that humanitarian aid can be transmitted to the region and request for the evacuation of civilians and wounded from the eastern Ghouta region.
The U.N. envoy for Syria, Stefan de Mistura, urged ceasefire for Eastern Ghouta and called the guarantor countries Turkiye, Russia, and Iran for an emergency meeting for the region, which was among the de-escalation zone.
The U.N. envoy has pleaded for a truce to prevent a "massacre". Staffan de Mistura renewed his call on Friday to stop both the "horrific heavy bombardment" of besieged eastern Ghouta and indiscriminate mortar shelling on Damascus.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu also urged Russia and Iran to press on Damascus to stop the bombing of East Ghouta.