Regime new control over west Daraa countryside | Regime forces continue striking reconciliations fro wanted in Nawi and other areas west Daraa • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Regime new control over west Daraa countryside | Regime forces continue striking reconciliations fro wanted in Nawi and other areas west Daraa

SOHR activists in Daraa have reported that the regime forces have continued striking reconciliations with the wanted of local gunmen and civilians for the conscription with the regime forces within Nawi city after opening a center for reviving village amid ongoing running settlements in other areas in western Daraa countryside that has become completely under control of regime forces under Russian mediation

On the other hand, a group of the 4th Division who was working formerly with fighters of the factions and joined the divisions after striking the first wave of settlements by handing weapons and ammunition that they had one week time limit to join the leadership of the 4th Division in Damascus.

Yesterday, SHOR activists reported that striking reconciliation for the wanted across the areas that the regime entered in Daraa al-Balad and countryside of west and central Daraa after 23 days passed since the implementation of new settlement deal in Daraa province.

Number of those struck reconciliation in that period has risen to 4,100 people of the wanted for the obligatory conscription and the deserters and local gunmen and some civilians.

According to SOHR documentations, 1,200 of the local gunmen, civilians and wanted for the obligatory army service in Daraa al-Balad had struck reconciliation as well as 2,900 wanted in Tafs, Tal Shehab, al-Agamy, Nahag, al-Yadodah, al-Mazareeb, Masaken Jeleen and Zizoun in west Daraa countryside and other villages and towns of Joumilah, al-Shagrah, Ma’aryat, Abdeeen, Qouyaa, Bayet Arah, Naf’ah, al-Shbrouq, al-Mysatyah, Ain Zakr, Sahm Golan in al-Yarmuq Basin in west Daraa countryside.

Basded on Daraa deal, some 650 individual weapons were also handed over during the reconciliation process that was struck in the afro- mentioned areas.

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