Buses arrive at entrance of Daraa city | Russians forces threaten to resume military operations, if individuals opposing the new agreement do not leave by the evening • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Buses arrive at entrance of Daraa city | Russians forces threaten to resume military operations, if individuals opposing the new agreement do not leave by the evening

Daraa province: SOHR sources have reported the arrival of nearly 22 buses at al-Shara’ checkpoint at the entrance of Daraa city in order to take the individuals opposing striking new reconciliations to north Syria region. The Russian forces have given the Central Committee in Daraa al-Balad a time limit to start evacuating gunmen and civilians who refuse to struck new reconciliation deals, and threatened to resume military operations if these individuals do not leave Daraa by the evening.

 

A few hours ago, SOHR sources monitored tense calm prevailing in Daraa al-Balad area, along with the flight of Russian reconnaissance drones over the region. This development came a day after the collapse of negotiations between Daraa committees and the Russians.

 

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that the negotiations between Daraa negotiating committees and the regime-backed security committee, under Russian supervision, collapsed, amid exchange of accusations between the two sides after Daraa committees rejected the complete handover of weapons and the entry of the regime forces to the region for inspecting Daraa neighborhoods randomly. Meanwhile, the Russians accused Daraa committees of not complying with the agreement which stipulated for the complete handover of weapons and starting new settlements and reconciliations with all the local gunmen. This development coincided with demands by the negotiating committee to deport the individuals opposing the new reconciliation either to Jordan or Turkey.

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