Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in a ،telephone conversation with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron discussed developments in Syria.

Syrian issues and the conflicts in Eastern Ghouta were among topics discussed by both sides, Agence France-Presse (AFP) quoted Élysée Palace as saying.

Macron stressed that staying committed to the UN resolution, asking Iran to urge Syria to establish truce. 

He also urged President Rouhani to create a humanitarian corridor to send aids and evacuating the area from civilians.

This is while, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian' will arrive in Iran within hours.

According to Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), no civilian has exited from Eastern Ghouta till now as the terrorist organizations prevented the civilians from leaving and targeted the corridor with shells and bullets.

Ambulances and public transportation buses are still waiting at the camp near the safe corridor, and they are prepared for transporting civilians who want to leave the Ghouta to the temporary housing shelter in al-Duwair in Damascus Countryside, SANA added