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Terrorists in More Regions Join Peace Agreement with Syrian Army

27 February 2017 14:02

 

The Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria announced in its latest report that militants in more regions laid down arms and joined peace with the Damascus government in the last 24 hours.

“Representatives of militants in more regions across Syria inked peace agreement with the country’s government,” the Russian center said, adding, “The total number of regions, cities, towns and villages that have thus far joined nationwide peace plan stands now at 1,276.”

Local sources declared on Sunday that over 1,200 militants ended fight against the Syrian Army in Northwestern Damascus and received government amnesty in two phases.

The sources said that 680 militants that had laid down arms and applied for government pardoning in the town of Sarqaya were granted amnesty on Sunday.

The sources added that the Damascus government also pardoned 600 ex-militants that had joined peace agreement with the Syrian government in Sarqaya yesterday.

They went on to say that completion of the peace process in Sarqaya paved the way for government bodies and services to revive operation in the town.

Earlier this month, Syrian President Bashar Assad extended a decree on amnesty for militants who surrender and hand over their weapons until the end of June.

The decree 15/2016 dated July 28, 2016 was extended by President Assad until June 30, 2017, according to a state news agency report.

The above-mentioned order was initially issued for the period of three months and on October 27, 2016 was prolonged for the same period. The amnesty also covers kidnappers who agree to release their hostages.

Since 2011, Syria has been engaged in war against terrorism, with government forces fighting against numerous militant and terrorist groups, including al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham front) and ISIL.

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