Militants promise to show Douma minefield and tunnel maps
A preliminary agreement on the withdrawal of Jaysh al-Islam militants from Syria's Eastern Ghouta was reached, chief of the Russian center for reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria Yuri Yevtushenko said.
"The activities aimed at prompting the Jaysh al-Islam radical movement to end hostilities and to disarm continue… As of today a preliminary agreement on withdrawal of extremists of the Jaysh al-Islam group from Eastern Ghouta has been reached," Sputnik cited Yevtushenko as saying.
The official noted that the militants in Douma must show minefield and tunnel maps and voluntarily clear buildings and transport routes of mines before withdrawing.
The Russian officer added that starting from Sunday the humanitarian corridor was opened for militants and their families.