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Hezbollah leader Sayyed Nasrallah says armed groups near collapse in Syria

 

The Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah pledged aid for Syrian refugees returning home, in a televised address from Beirut on Friday.

“We will present instructions to the concerned authorities in Syria and in co-operation with the Lebanese public security to co-operate together to bring back as many Syrian refugees as possible,” he vowed.

The Hezbollah chief also stressed that “there is nothing left in this area except the dark black part, which is dominated by the Daesh, which will be clear and settled in the coming period.”

“We are in the final analysis of a major transformation in southern Syria,” he added.

Close to 500 Syrians crossed the border near Arsal, returning to their homeland after years of exile as result of a bloody civil war.

Hezbollah leader says armed groups near collapse in Syria

SOT, Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah Secretary-General (Arabic): “We will contact the Syrian refugees directly and set up a mechanism to receive their requests and form regulations. We will present these instructions to the concerned authorities in Syria and in co-operation with the Lebanese public security to co-operate together to bring back as many Syrian refugees as possible.”

SOT, Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah Secretary-General (Arabic): “All armed groups are in a state of collapse and no prospect of fighting. What is most important to the media, the information indicates large falls in armed groups that have begun to recalculate and there is nothing left in this area except the dark black part, which is dominated by the Daesh, which will be clear and settled in the coming period. That is to mean we are in the final analysis of a major transformation in southern Syria.”

SOT, Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah Secretary-General (Arabic): “Yes, one day I said clearly, we did not send fighters to Yemen, because Yemenis do not protest to fighters, but is there anything else we can not deny or confirm that for several reasons.”

 

 

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