المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime forces violate once again the agreement of the Syrian south

Daraa province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: explosions were heard in Daraa city, caused by shelling by the regime forces targeting areas in the neighborhoods of Daraa al-Balad by several shells, which caused material damage but no information about casualties, where the city and its countryside have been witnessing daily targeting by the regime force and militiamen loyal to them, with artillery and rocket shells, explosive cylinders, and missiles believed to be ground-to-ground, in addition to heavy machineguns targeting, which caused material damage and human losses.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 9th of July 2017, that the regional-international agreement went into effect in three provinces of southern Syria, namely Daraa, Al-Quneitra and Al-Suwaidaa, at 12 pm today, the 9th of July 2017. The SOHR has observed so far that calm is prevailing the provinces of southern Syria and no violations of the truce have been reported so far although the few moments that preceded its implementation witnessed the firing of several shells by the regime forces on faction-controlled areas in Daraa, but no casualties have been reported so far.

This American-Russian-Jordanian agreement that includes three provinces of southern Syria came after violent battles during the last few weeks between the factions that operate there and the regime forces and their allied militiamen. where in al-Suwaidaa province there are Jaysh al-Asha’er, Ahmad al-Abdu Forces and Jaysh Usud al-Sharqiyyah, while the southern factions which supported by regional and international parties in Daraa Province, while in Al-Quneitra Province there are Jabhat Thowwar Syria, al-Ezz Brigades and Al-Furqan Brigades, while in Yarmouk Basin area in the western countryside of Daraa is controlled by Jaysh Khalid Ibn al-Walid who swore allegiance to the “Islamic State” Organization.

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