Prisoners Swap deal of FSA with the YPG east #Aleppo

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 18 April, 2017

ElDorar AlShamia:

The Free Syrian Army (FSA) held a prisoner exchange deal with the YPG militia on Saturday, which militarily controlled the "Democratic Syria Forces" militia in the eastern Aleppo countryside.

The exchange deal was made with the Syrian Democratic militias that control the city of Manbij, and included the release of fighters and bodies of fighters in the Free Army in return for the release of a number of militia’s members, the spokesman for the Office of Military Relations in the Shami Front, Saad Taibi said.

The spokesman added that the operation was carried out by representatives of the Shami Front and Al-Mutasim Brigade with representatives of the militias on the international highway in Manbij. The militias released 10 members of the Free Syrian Army, including Hamza Isma'il and the bodies of 3 fighters, in exchange for the handover of five bodies and five prisoners of militias were captured during the military Operation of Euphrates Shield.

It should be noted that the revolutionary factions in the northern and eastern Aleppo countryside have captured many members of the militias and forces of the Syrian regime in the battles that took place in the area before controlling the city of al-Bab.