Syria’s state information company says buses taking tons of of Islamic State militants and their households from the border space between Lebanon and Syria have arrived to japanese Syria.
SANA says the buses with the militants and their households arrived on Tuesday in Deir el-Zour province, an IS-stronghold.
Some 600 militants have been allowed to go away as a part of a deal, negotiated by Lebanon’s Hezbollah, in change for figuring out the situation of the stays of Lebanese troopers captured by IS in 2014, and later killed. The deal has provoked controversy in Lebanon, as some voiced opposition to negotiations with the militants
IS’ departure leaves the border between Syria and Lebanon freed from extremists for the primary time in years.