I can take this one. Thank you very much for the question.
To start with, the humanitarian window from nine o'clock to two o'clock suggested by Russia does not make any sense. It's not logical. It's absurd. This is not my opinion or the organization's opinion. This is the opinion of the medical staff on the ground.
The reason is that, in the last few days, after Resolution 2401, they said that there are some air strikes in the morning, but not as many, say five to six in the morning, and then more escalation in the afternoon and more in the evening. Therefore, they still have to get outside to get the injured after two o'clock. The ambulances are being attacked after two o'clock, so there's no sense in telling them, “From nine to two, you can do your work, and then I'm going to hit you. I'm going to continue with air strikes after two o'clock.” We are going to have more casualties, as we're trying to evacuate. We're going to have hundreds more people injured.
We need 100%, for 24-hours, and this is what resolution 2401 said. It must be 24 hours. Otherwise, there is no sense in implementing five hours only.
In terms of the second part of your question, the people don't want to be displaced. They've been in eastern Ghouta for hundreds of years, some of them, like the farmers, for thousands of years, so they don't want to go to Aleppo and Idlib. It's a completely different land, a different country for them. They know nothing about it. In the experience with Aleppo, the UN did very minimal things. If anything, the NGOs, the non-profit organizations, really helped the people in Aleppo to evacuate.
In Aleppo, in the best scenario, we have a population of about 50,000. Here, we have 400,000, so I think it's going to be impossible for a population of 400,000 to be evacuated far away. In Aleppo, they went to some towns nearby, so if you have towns surrounding your city, it would all be familiar. You may have some friends and colleagues who can take you.
Here, we're talking about an area completely surrounded by the regime. If they go to Aleppo or to Idlib, that's going to be 300 kilometres. They know no one over there, so from a humanitarian and social aspect, I don't think that what Russia and the regime have been pushing for is even possible or logical.