The forces of the Democratic Syria (Qods) said on Thursday that the evacuation of civilians from the last enclave controlled by a terrorist caller could end on Thursday, in preparation for the attack on the organization's latest gunmen trapped in the village of Al-Bagouz.
The village of Al-Bagouz lies in eastern Syria near the border with Iraq, the last piece of land controlled by the terrorist in the Euphrates valley.
On Wednesday, hundreds of men, women and children left the last stronghold in eastern Syria, in a move that suggests that Syria's "demilitarization" of the battle against the group's militants is imminent.
"Until now, the terrorists inside have been betting on military decisiveness," said Mustafa Bali, a spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces, adding that "our forces have said from the outset that they have one choice: either surrender unconditionally or That the battle goes to an end. "
Observers see the evolution of the situation in Syria that the war of eight years will enter a new phase, after the control of this region, and the withdrawal of US forces, which may leave a security vacuum seeking other forces to fill it .