Civil society suspends schools attendance in city and two towns east of Daraa for fear of government bombing

اعداد أيهم البربور| ترجمة غلوري جابر| تحرير الترجمة Freda Hocaine🕔تم النشر بتاريخ : 13 آذار، 2018 11:54:08 خبرعسكريفن وثقافةثقافة

Daraa - SMART

On Tuesday, the civil society of a city, alongside two towns east of Daraa, Southern Syria, suspended school attendance for fear of bombing in the region by Syrian loyalist forces.

The head of the local council of the al-Harak city (23 kilometers northeast of Daraa), Wajdi Kasabra, told SMART that the council will issue a statement to suspend schools and building works in the city until the end of the week, due to the security situation and sudden bombing by loyalist forces.

The local council of the al-Mesifra village (22 kilometers east of Daraa), reported that it had decided, in coordination with the Education Committee, to suspend attendance at the town's schools to ensure the safety of students.

The free police station in the town of Saida (10 kilometers east of Daraa), called on the people of the town not to send their children to school until further notice. The police stressed not to gather in public places and roads.

On Monday, Syrian loyalist airstrikes wounded three children in two cities and three villages northeast of Daraa. Civilians are also leaving for a number of cities and towns from fear of clashes between the Free Syrian Army and loyalist forces.

The bombing comes after the Security Council adopted the United Nations Resolution 2401 calling for a 30-day truce in Syria. In addition, southern Syria is included in the eased escalation agreement, which calls for a cease-fire.

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