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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Al-Quneitra | Regime security services offer new reconciliations with wanted individuals and military deserters

Al-Quneitra province: Reliable sources in south Syria region have told SOHR that regime security services have offered new reconciliations with wanted individuals who passed their date of joining the mandatory service to regime’s security branches. These people had been fighters in opposition faction and struck reconciliation deals in mid 2018, after regime forces and their militias regained the entire province of al-Quneitra. It is worth noting that 150 people were evacuated from Um Batna town in the middle countryside of al-Quneitra to north Syria region in May 2021, after tension in the town.

 

According to SOHR sources, the new reconciliations cover military deserters and individuals wanted for criminal cases, as the security situation of these individuals will be settled via a central commission which has been formed of several security branch. Accordingly, the individuals who struck new reconciliations will get card enables them to travel in the province freely.

 

On May 20, Observatory activists reported seeing three buses entering Um Batna town in the meddle countryside of al-Quneitra countryside in preparations for evacuating nearly 30 suspicious individuals with their families to north Syria region. This development came after an agreement between the military security branch and the Russians on one hand, and the Central Commission in Hawaran and some of the area’s dignitaries on the other. It is expected that the buses, which left Um Batna, would head to al-Bab area in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo.

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