West Daraa countryside | Regime security committee prosecutes dead people and immigrants • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

West Daraa countryside | Regime security committee prosecutes dead people and immigrants

Daraa province: Syrian Observatory activists have reported that regime forces continued the process of striking the new reconciliations by suspects, local gunmen, military deserters and young people who passed their date of joining the mandatory service to regime’s security branches in Nawa city on the third consecutive day as a part of the implementation of the Russian-sponsored agreement between the security committee and dignitaries of the city.

 

The new reconciliation deals coincided with the handing over of weapons and inspection in the city’s houses by regime forces and Russian military police. It is worth noting that the regime security committee delivered lists, yesterday, with the names of 238 suspects in Nawa city, who had to be informed to strike new reconciliations with the security services. However, several people whose names were mentioned in these lists were dead, while some others left Syria awhile ago.

 

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that a meeting was held on Thursday in Jasem city in the northern countryside of Daraa province, between dignitaries of Jasem city and a delegation of regime forces and the Russian military police.

 

During the meeting, regime forces demanded elders of the city hand over more than 200 weapons owned by the people in the city to accomplish the reconciliation process. The regime delegation also threatened Jasem dignitaries to bombard the city with heavy weapons in the case that the required number of weapons weren’t handed over.

 

The move came after the regime forces brought in nearly 700 soldiers and surrounded Jasem city on the previous day and accomplished the striking of reconciliation deals in west Daraa countryside.

 

Additionally, the regime security committee delivered lists with the names of 238 suspected who had to settle their security situations in Nawi city which is considered as the gate to the northern countryside of Daraa province, and it demanded the dignitaries hand over weapons, including machineguns, Russian rifles, RBGs, weapons warehouses and grenades.

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