Syrian Army Enters Dara’a City after 7 Years, Regains Control over 3 Regions
The Syrian army entered the town of al-Mozayrab in Northwestern Dara’a on Thursday after reaching an agreement with the terrorist groups, regaining control of the town.
Meantime, the Syrian army units won back control of the towns of Ankhal and Kafr Shams in Northern Dara’a.
Also, field sources reported that the army forces have for the first time entered Dara’a city which has been under the occupation of terrorists since 2011, and hoisted the Syrian government flag over the city’s municipality.
They added that the army is expected to win control over the entire city in coming days.
Field sources said earlier today that the terrorists in Dara’a province agreed to return control of several important regions to the Syrian army after sustaining heavy defeats.
The sources in Southern Syria said that the terrorists in Dara’a al-Balad, Tariq al-Sad, al-Makhim-Sukhnah and al-Manshiyeh in Southern Dara’a have agreed with the Syrian army’s peace plan.
Based on the agreement, the militants will surrender their weapons and military equipment to the Syrian army and will be granted amnesty by the government, and the terrorists who are opposed to the plan will leave the region.
Meantime, reports in Northwestern Dara’a said that the terrorists in the town of al-Ya’adoudeh have agreed with the peace plan in the region.
The Syrian army has now surrounded the terrorist-held areas in and North-West of Dara’a city.