Striking new reconciliations in Daraa 43 days on | Regime forces enter over 45 villages, towns and cities, while nearly 17 villages remain • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Striking new reconciliations in Daraa 43 days on | Regime forces enter over 45 villages, towns and cities, while nearly 17 villages remain

After the implementation of the Russian-sponsored agreement between the dignitaries of Daraa province and the regime security committee had been accomplished in Daraa al-Balad, west, north and middle Daraa countryside, the new reconciliation deals continued in the eastern countryside of Daraa. Recently, suspects in areas on the Syria-Jordan border have been settling their security situations.

 

According to the recent agreements, regime forces have entered the following cities, towns and villages:

 

  • West Daraa countryside: Daraa al-Balad, Tafas, Tel Shehab, al-Ajami, Nahj, al-Yadoudah, al-Muzayrib, Masakin Jileen, Zayzoun, Tasil, Jilin, Jamleh, al-Shajarah, Ma’ariyah, Abdeen, Koya, Beit Aarah, Naf’aa, al-Shabraq, al-Meseritiyyah, Ain Zekr, Sahem al-Golan and areas in Yarmouk Basin.

 

  • Middle Daraa countryside: Da’el.

 

  • North Daraa countryside: Inkhil, Nawa, Jasim and al-Sanamayn.

 

  • East Daraa countryside: Nasib, Nahteh, Um al-Mayazen, al-Na’emah, al-Misfrah, al-Taybah, Sayda, al-Karak al-Sharqi, al-Harrak, al-Sahwa, al-Ghariyyah al-Sharqiyyah, al-Ghariyyah al-Gharbiyyah, Kherbet Ghazalah, Namir, al-Musaqiyyat, al-Jizah, Alma and al-Surah.

 

On the other hand, there are nearly 17 other areas, towns and villages that have not been included under the new reconciliations yet, and they are as follows: Bosra al-Sham, Ma’raba, Tisiya, Alma, Mulayhat al-Atash, al-Mulayha al-Sharqiyah, al-Mulayha al-Gharbiyah and ten other villages in al-Lajat area. These areas are expected to experience striking of new reconciliations in the incoming days.

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