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ALEPPO /Syria/, March 21. /TASS/. More than 6,000 militants have been exposed in Syria’s Aleppo since December 20, 2016, Aleppo’s Governor Hussein Diab said at a meeting with visiting State Duma and PACE delegates on Tuesday.
"Since December 20, 2016 a total of 6,245 militants have been exposed; 2,923 of them were arrested and 3,332 others, amnestied," Diab said.
A total of 32,806 people have returned to their homes.
"Reconciliation agreements were signed with 49 communities, including two in the occupied territory," Diab said.
Over the past month 2,409 hectares of Aleppo and 5,980 buildings have been cleared of mines and explosives.
"In the past two months hot meals have been dished out to 140,000 people. By March 21 320 tonnes of foods were handed out to local civilians at 384 relief aid distribution sites," Diab told the delegation led by State Duma speaker, head of the United Russia faction Vladimir Vasiliev.