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Damascus: More Terrorists in Towns Ask for Surrender with Syrian Gov’t

31 October 2016 7:37



A growing number of militants in Western Ghouta are declaring intention to surrender or leave Damascus towns and cities for Idlib province under a peace plan after the Syrian Army and popular forces gained a momentum in their march on militant-held territories in Western and Southwestern Damascus, army sources said on Sunday.

“A delegation from the political branch of the militant groups in Khan al-Sheih region held a meeting with representatives of the Syrian government in the surrounding areas of the newly-liberated town of Deir al-Khabiyeh, speaking of an agreement containing exit of militants from Khan al-Sheih region and their relocation to Idlib,” the sources said.

“The agreement will include exit of militants from Khan al-Sheih, al-Moqeilibeh, al-Zakiyeh, al-Hosseiniyeh and al-Tibeh, which are considered as the last strongholds of the militants in Western Damascus,” they added.

The Russian Peace Coordination Center in Syria said on Saturday that militants in four more towns gave up fight against the Syrian army and joined the peace agreement with Damascus in the last 24 hours.

The Russian Center declared in its latest statement that militants in three towns in Lattakia and one town in Hama joined the nationwide reconciliation plan.

The statement further added that the total number of the cities, towns and villages that have joined the reconciliation process now stands at 855.

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