Militants besieged in the city of Daraa are currently preparing to surrender under the pressure of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies, according to pro-government sources.
On July 6, a large reconciliation deal was allegedly reached between the Damascus government and local militants with an assistance of the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria.
Since then, the militants have made little efforts to implement the deal and to surrender their positions in the city of Daraa. According to pro-opposition sources, the militants have once again rejected the peaceful deal.
However, this is unlikely that they will be able to defend their positions successfully in case of a real advance of the SAA. Thus, they will be forced to implement the deal soon.