Buses assigned to evacuate civilians and rebels from Syrian villages of al-Fouya and Kefraya in Idrib province have been attacked and some burned, according to the Syrian Observatory for human Rights.
On Saturday, a new plan to evacuate evacuate civilians trapped in eastern Aleppo was being blocked by Iran after the country called for Tehran-aligned groups in the Shia villages to be liberated before evacuation efforts could resume elsewhere, Independent reported.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported earlier that the rebel group Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, formerly known as the Nusra Front, was preventing buses entering Foah and Kefraya.
The initial planning to evacuate residents from east Aleppo collapsed on Friday due to the firing on convoy reportedly by pro-government militias.
According to WHO, around 50,000 people were still stuck in the east Aleppo city, Syria’s Stalingrad.
United Nations Security Council is likely to hold a meeting to discuss the French proposal of renewing the UN humanitarian aid and sending observers to the battered city.