"Reconciliation deals” | Regime intelligence opens settlement centre in Al-Suwaydaa • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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“Reconciliation deals” | Regime intelligence opens settlement centre in Al-Suwaydaa

Al-Suwaydaa province: Syrian regime intelligence has opened a centre to settle the security situation of civilians in Al-Suwaydaa province.

According to SOHR activists, “7th of April” Hall was opened to receive Syrian citizens to settle the status of civilians and military personnel covered by Amnesty Decrees No. 2 and 7 issued by Syrian regime president in 2022.

The Amnesty Decrees included deserters, defaults from compulsory and reserve military service and suspects.

This came days after a delegation of sheikhs and dignitaries of Al-Suwaydaa met with a security and government delegation.

On September 29, SOHR activists reported that regime forces put on an alert in Al-Suwaydaa, near the Cultural Center building with the arrival of a security delegation from the capital, Damascus, headed by Hossam Luqa, Director of General Intelligence and Minister of Interior, representatives of local factions, Sheikh Akl of the Druze community, and a number of social and religious leaders, to held a meeting to discuss security related issues in Al-Suwaydaa province.

According to Syrian Observatory sources, the meeting tackled ways to enhance and improve the security, living and economic conditions and to find solutions to the problems of insecurity and the proliferation of weapons and stolen cars.

The Syrian regime delegation called for the opening of a new centre to settle the situation of the residents of Al-Suwaydaa, who are wanted for compulsory service.

On August 7, SOHR activists reported that the dignitaries and elders from Al-Mazraa’ town in the western countryside of Al-Suwaydaa received a delegation of Russian military forces and police on Sunday morning.

The meeting was attended by Al-Sheikh Laith Al-Balaous, religious and social figures and representatives of “Al-Liwaa Al-Souri” party, at the guest house of the martyr Wahid Al-Balaous in Al-Mazaraa’ town.

SOHR obtained a video, during which dignitaries confirmed their rejection of the Iranian presence and Lebanese “Hezbollah” in Al-Suwaydaa, blaming Iran for drug trafficking as Iranians support terrorist gangs in Al-Suwaydaa that commit murders and kidnappings with the support of the security services, especially military and State security services.

The dignitaries also believe that the poor living condition in Al-Suwaydaa is due to the rampant corruption that Iran mainly contributed in, prompting the residents of Al-Suwaydaa to emigrate out of Syria.