The countryside of Quneitra is witnessing the last displacement from the 1974 disengagement areas for hundreds of civilians and fighters after displacing about 9900 persons to the Syrian north • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The countryside of Quneitra is witnessing the last displacement from the 1974 disengagement areas for hundreds of civilians and fighters after displacing about 9900 persons to the Syrian north

Al-Quneitra Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: with the completion of handover of medium and heavy weapons by the factions operating in the northern countryside of Quneitra, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the morning today the 31st of July 2018 the arrival of several buses to transport hundreds of fighters of the factions, civilians and their families who refused the agreement in the 1974 disengagement area towards the Syrian north, after an agreement and consensus between representatives of the towns of Jebbata al-Khashab, Ofanya, and Tranja, while the towns of Bir Ajmal and Briqa had agreed with the regime to “settle the situations” of all fighters inside both towns, where the process of preparing the bus and the boarding are supposed to end, to begin the process of transferring a new batch of displaced people towards the Syrian north.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented until the 28th of July that about 9880 people from Quneitra and Daraa Province have been displaced to the Syrian north, while the Syrian Observatory published yesterday that the areas which are beyond the regime’s control and which are controlled by the factions, within the Disengagement line in both central and northern countryside of Al-Quneitra, are witnessing negotiations about the last stage, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from intersected sources, that it is expected that the regime forces will enter the towns of B’er Ajam and Bariqa, after agreeing on “settling the situations” of the fighters remaining in them, and the return of the government institutions to work in these towns, while the factions operating in Jubata, Tranja and Ofanya are continuing to hand over the medium and heavy weapons remaining in their possessions to the regime forces, and the process of entry of the regime forces to these areas and the return of the government and service institutions will take place, providing that preparations that will be carried out for deploying UN forces in the area of the Disengagement line.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published 4 days ago that the areas which are beyond the regime’s control and which are controlled by the factions, within the Disengagement line in both central and northern countryside of Al-Quneitra, are witnessing negotiations about the last stage, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from intersected sources, that it is expected that the regime forces will enter the towns of B’er Ajam and Bariqa, after agreeing on “settling the situations” of the fighters remaining in them, and the return of the government institutions to work in these towns, while the factions operating in Jubata, Trnaja and Ofanya are continuing to hand over the medium and heavy weapons remaining in their possessions to the regime forces, and the process of entry of the regime forces to these areas and the return of the government and service institutions will take place, providing that preparations that will be carried out for deploying UN forces in the area of the Disengagement line.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published about 4 days ago, that 5 towns remain out of regime’s control, namely: B’er Ajam, Jebbata al-Khashab, Tranja, Ofanya, and Briqa, and if the regime forces enter them; they will be controlling all of al-Quneitra Province, and the Syrian Observatory monitored yesterday Thursday, the 26th of July 2018, the entry of the regime forces and their media to towns and villages in Al-Quneitra countryside at the border line with the occupied Golan, where the regime forces have raised the internationally recognized Syrian flag in destroyed Al-Quneitra, the crossing of Al-Quneitra with the occupied Golan, Al-Hamidiyah town and other areas in Al-Quneitra countryside, about 4 years after they lost the control of Al-Quneitra Crossing, thus, only Bir Ajam, Jubata al-Khashab, Taranja, Ofanya and Bariqa are remaining, and if the regime forces enter them, then they will regain the control of the entire province of Al-Quneitra, and the SOHR published today morning, that an agreement has been reached between the regime, the factions, and representatives of Jebbata al-Khashab town in the disengagement area in the northern countryside of Quneitra, where the agreement provides for handing over the heavy and medium weapons by factions of Jebbata al-Khashab and the areas around it, and “settling the situation” of who are due to the conscription service and defected from the regime forces over a certain period of time, and the regime forces will enter the area, while all who refuse the agreement of fighters, their families, and other civilians will be transferred to the Syrian north, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday, Wednesday, that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the continued negotiations between the regime and between the factions and representatives of Jubata al-Khashab town in the area of the Disengagement in the northern countryside of Al-Quneitra, in addition to reaching agreements with the areas of Al-Rawadi “Al-Alam roundabout” and Al-Quneitra city in which weapons were handed over to the regime forces, as well as reaching an agreement in the towns of Bariqa and Bir Ajam, in both central and southern sectors of Al-Quneitra countryside, in the area of the Disengagement line,

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