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Bosra Al-Sham Militants Demand Reconciliation Agreement: Southern Syria Maps

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On June 30, the remaining fighters of the US-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) in the town of Bosra al-Sham, in the eastern Daraa countryside, demanded a reconciliation agreement and raised the Syrian flag over the town’s ancient citadel, according to the Hezbollah media wing in Syria.

Several Syrian opposition activists confirmed that a meeting between Russian officials and commanders of the FSA is currently taking place inside Bosra al-Sham. The two sides will likely reach a deal in the upcoming hours.

Bosra Al-Sham Militants Demand Reconciliation Agreement: Southern Syria Maps

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Few hours earlier, the SAA and the Tiger Forces launched a ground attack on several potions of the FSA around Bosra al-Sham. Russian Aerospace Forces backed the attack and carried out several airstrikes on the militants’ positions there.

Bosra al-Sham is well-known for being a stronghold of several FSA factions in the eastern Daraa countryside, including Shabaab al-Sunnah group. Once town is captured by the SAA, the remaining positions of the FSA in the region will likely collapse within hours.

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