52 civilians, including 26 children, were evacuated from Eastern Ghouta on Sunday, according to Vladimir Zolotuhin, the spokesperson of the Russian Centre for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in the Syrian Arab Republic. “For today they’re located in the population centre of Adra in the driving school. The humanitarian situation is being clarified now, where medical assistance, everything... Еще necessary, including food, will be provided,” Zolotuhin stated. One local said that they’ve “been suffering for seven years. We all maintained neutrality in Misraba. But we couldn’t do anything, they wouldn’t let us go”. “The situation was difficult. Fear and horror, bombardments, war — fear is inevitable in such situations. Praise be to Allah, when the Syrian army came, they brought food, gifts, medication, and doctors arrived. Now we have everything we need,” the resident continued. It was the first organised evacuation of civilians from Eastern Ghouta.