Syrian Army in Full Control of Quneitra Province

The Syrian army imposed full control of Quneitra province by entering the terrorists’ last strongholds after a peace agreement with the militant groups.

The army forces deployed in the villages of Bariqah, Be’er al-Ajam and al-Qahtaniyah in Western Quneitra (the regions under government control before the start of war in 2011) on Thursday in line with the peace agreement with the militant groups in Dara’a and Quneitra.

Also, the army authorities started granting amnesty to the militants who have remained in these regions.

Meantime, the Syrian army recaptured the last terrorist positions in Quneitra, stretching control on the entire parts of the province.

Hundreds of residents of newly-liberated regions returned to their homes after the army restored security to the three villages.

Last week, the government troops had regained control of Talat al-Qaba and Krom al-Hamriyeh regions South of the town of Hazar and North of Jabat al-Khashab, hoisting the Syrian flags in them.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.

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