المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Implementing yesterday deal | Russian police and regime security committee enter town in west Daraa countryside to strike reconciliations and search houses

Daraa province: SOHR activists have reported that the regime forces have imposed security cordon around al-Yadodah town in west Daraa countryside in the early hours of Monday. The forces have signed the area from the four sides in al-Rai neighborhood, Daraa desert, Tafas road and Kharb al-Shaham.

Shortly ago, the Russian military police and the security committee of the regime forces have entered the city in order to strike reconciliations for the wanted of the local gunmen and the civilians and to run wide searching for the houses.

SOHR activists in Daraa reported that an agreement was reached between the dignitaries and notables of al-Yadouda town in Daraa’s western countryside on one hand, and representatives of the Security Committee affiliated to the Syrian regime and Russia on the other. According to the agreement, dozens of suspects, including local armed men, regime army defectors and people who passed their date of joining the mandatory service to regime’s security branches in al-Yadouda, will strike new reconciliations starting from tomorrow, Monday.

It is expected that military groups of regime forces and the Russian Military Police will enter al-Yadouda town tomorrow to start inspection in the town.

On September 10, SOHR sources reported that an agreement was underway in Tafas city in the western countryside of Daraa between the head of the military intelligence service in Daraa and other officers of the security committee on one hand, and a former local commander and members of the central committees in west Daraa province on the other. The agreement came with the aim to reach a formula of an agreement regarding the establishment of new security and military posts in Tafas city and other areas in the western countryside of Daraa, as well as handing over light weapons and heavy machineguns (14.5 mm guns) seized earlier by local gunmen with settled-status from regime military positions.

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