Deir Ezzor | Iranian proxies and regime forces on high-security alert along Euphrates river banks in Al-Mayadeen • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Deir Ezzor | Iranian proxies and regime forces on high-security alert along Euphrates river banks in Al-Mayadeen

 

 

Deir Ezzor Province: Regime forces, accompanied by Iranian-backed militias, have deployed their forces and conducted a number of patrols along the banks of Euphrates in Al-Mayadeen city, east of Deir Ezzor, in order to prevent the escape of persons required for conscription and reserve service and dissidents who had struck “Settlements and reconciliation deals” to SDF-controlled areas, to escape military training courses, SOHR activists reported.

 

 

On January 17, SOHR activists documented the death of a civilian from Al-Buleil town in Deir Ezzor countryside under torture and poor medical care in Saydnaya prison.

 

 

It is worth noting that the victim had struck a reconciliation with regime forces in the middle of 2021.

 

 

 

On January 10, Reliable sources informed SOHR that regime security services opened a reconciliation committee at Al-Basil School in Sabkhah village in the eastern countryside of Al-Raqqa, to settle the “security situation of wanted persons” with Russian guarantees.

 

 

 

 

On January 7, SOHR activists reported after concluding reconciliations in Al-Mayadeen city that started in November 2021 by the regime forces in areas under their control in Deir Ezzor, the regime forces on January 3 opened a center for striking reconciliation in Al-Shamitiyah town in west Deir Ezzor adjacent to areas under control of the Syrian Democratic forces (SDF).

 

It is worth noting that the regime forces and their security services started reconciliation in Deir Ezzor on November 13, 2021 and then moved to Al-Mayadeen in east Deir Ezzor and Al-Bukamal city on the border with Iraq.

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