After a meeting between their leaders an exchanging operation of 50 prisoners and captives takes place between the largest two factions operating in the Eastern Ghouta • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After a meeting between their leaders an exchanging operation of 50 prisoners and captives takes place between the largest two factions operating in the Eastern Ghouta

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the process of the release of detainees was held between al-Rahman Corps and Jaish al-Islam in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory, the exchange of prisoners and detainees took place between the two factions, and about 50 members and fighters from both sides were exchanged. The exchange took place in the town of Mesraba, which is controlled by Jaish al-Islam in the Eastern Ghouta, who were arrested earlier following the bloody fighting between the factions Jaish al-Islam against al-Rahman Corps and Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham in the past months, and this release came after a lengthy meeting took place between the leaders of the two factions in the Eastern Ghouta, in which both of them agreed to some points, including stopping the media war between both parties, in addition to end the fighting between them completely, and deal with some unresolved issues between both factions. The sources stressed that consensus was reached in the meeting between the two parties on the situation of Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham in the Eastern Ghouta, while no details have been received so far about their consensus about Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham.

 

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