Several Key Villages in Northwestern Damascus to Join Peace Agreement with Syrian Gov’t
The source said that militants in the villages of Souq Wadi al-Bardi, al-Barhaliyeh, Kafr al-Awamid, al-Hosseiniyeh, Kafr al-Zeit and Deir Moqren have admitted to join the peace process with the Syrian Army.
The source further added that if the army deploys its forces in the two villages of Kafr al-Zeit and Deir Moqren, the noose will be tightened on the militants of Fatah al-Sham Front (previously known as the al-Nusra Front) that have opposed reconciliation.
The source underlined continued military operations against the terrorists simultaneous with intense attempts for finalizing national reconciliation in Wadi al-Bardi, adding, “Residents of villages in Wadi al-Bard region have put terrorists under pressure to accept peace to end hostilities in Wadi al-Bardi and reopen flow of drinking water to damascus.”
On Monday, Syrian Army forwarded a large number of fresh forces and military hardware to Northwestern Damascus to take part in the final phase of a large-scale offensive against terrorists after Fatah al-Sham Front breached the ceasefire on Sunday.
The army sent a large number of soldiers and military equipment to Wadi al-Bardi region to reinvigorate its forces in a battle to liberate the entire region from Fatah al-Sham terrorists.
Based on reports, fierce clashes are now underway between the Army soldiers and Fatah al-Sham terrorists in Western Ghouta and the army units and aircraft are powerfully targeting the positions and movements of the group in the region.