Terrorists in Northern Daraa on Verge of Peace Agreement with Gov’t
According to Enab news website affiliated to the dissident groups, the development can be a prelude to the implementation of peace plans in all parts of Daraa city.
The outlet added that the militants who have surrendered their weapons have applied for amnesty by the government.
Syria’s news agency reported earlier today that as many as 150 militants had laid down arms in al-Sanamin in order to fall under an amnesty law issued by President Bashar al-Assad, which pardons those ceasing to partake in the armed conflict.
Daraa Governor Mohammad Khaled al-Hannous then declared al-Sanamin “the first in the province…to be cleared of armed rebels”.
He added that some villages and towns in Daraa province, which bears the same name as that of its capital, were likewise about to be freed of militant presence.