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DECEMBER 2021

Russian-Sponsored Reconciliation Process Continues In Syria’s Daraa Despite Several Setbacks (Photos)

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Russian-Sponsored Reconciliation Process Continues In Syria’s Daraa Despite Several Setbacks (Photos)

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The Russian-sponsored reconciliation process in the eastern countryside of Syria’s Daraa is still ongoing despite facing some setbacks.

On October 21, the town of Buser al-Harir joined the reconciliation process. Several units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) entered the town, where dozens of wanted gunmen will hand over their weapons and settle their legal status.

Russian-Sponsored Reconciliation Process Continues In Syria’s Daraa Despite Several Setbacks (Photos)

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The SAA also launched a combing operation in the Mlaiha al-Sharqiyah and Mlaiha al-Gharibyah. The operation is meant to secure the two towns, which are located in the northeastern countryside of Daraa.

Russian-Sponsored Reconciliation Process Continues In Syria’s Daraa Despite Several Setbacks (Photos)

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Russian-Sponsored Reconciliation Process Continues In Syria’s Daraa Despite Several Setbacks (Photos)

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In the town of Nahtah, however, the reconciliation process was halted. Many wanted gunmen in the town refused to settle their legal status, while others refused to hand over their weapons. In response, the SAA kicked off a combing operation. Several hideouts were destroyed. The reconciliation process will likely be resumed in a few days.

Syrian authorities also halted the reconciliation process in the towns of al-Hrak, Sour and Elmah, where some gunmen refused to hand over their weapons. The SAA restricted the movement to and from the three towns for the time being. The issue is being worked out.

Overall, the Russian-sponsored reconciliation agreement continues to be a success. So far, thousands of wanted gunmen have handed over their weapons and joined the process.

The situation in Daraa is slowly improving. Nevertheless, work to secure and stabilize the governorate is still far from being over.

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Either the militant trash choose the path of peace or they choose the path of pieces. SAA will not tolerate rogue gunmen trying to be turkish rambo.

All turkswine supporters can go back to Ankara and sharpen their two dollar, made in zimbabwe rambo knives all day.

Chris Gr

You don’t know several things. Many Anatolian Turks are Greeks in denial. The problem with Turkey (and Iran) is that they are getting very fanatic these days even though we helped them in the past. Without NATO help, Turkey and Iran would be annexed by the Soviets and they would lose their respective Kurdistan. Now they both seem ungrateful and they are doing evil things to the nations of the Syrians and the Iraqis and they are supporting radical groups to destabilize the region.

RedwoodGiants

Turkey is the tip of the NATO spear against Syria. NATO special forces set up terror training camps across southern Turkey, and NATO operated intelligence services from central command to direct terror operations against Syria. Obama’s ‘Operation Sycamore’ oen;y sent weapons via CIA, but there were many more hidden program under direct CIA control, in conjunction with KSA and Qatar to bring weapons, munitions and international recruits to terror factions to fight in Syria. It has been an international proxy war against Syria by NATO and Gulf States, and Syrian state and institutions have survived all that amassed level of resources thrown at it, with assistance of RuAF of course.

Chris Gr

LOL we are speaking mostly after 2016 and Turks and Syrians are also ethnic enemies so what?

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