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SAA Enters Another Town In Western Daraa, Despite Regular Attacks On Its Forces (Photos)

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SAA Enters Another Town In Western Daraa, Despite Regular Attacks On Its Forces (Photos)

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On September 21st,  the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), accompanied by the Russian Military Police, entered another town in the western Daraa countryside in order to launch the peaceful settlement of the conflict with former militants.

In early hours, SAA units entered the town of of Tal Shihab. The Russian Military Police will oversee the implementation of the reconciliation agreement.

After the local authorities joined the ceasefire agreement, a settlement center was established in a local schools, where dozens of militants have already passed the necessary procedures to settle their status and handed over their weapons.

The settlement involved former members of the government’s Fourth Division who defected from the government forces during the siege of Daraa al-Balad, Tariq al-Sad, and the neighboring areas.

SAA Enters Another Town In Western Daraa, Despite Regular Attacks On Its Forces (Photos)

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SAA Enters Another Town In Western Daraa, Despite Regular Attacks On Its Forces (Photos)

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However, the reconciliation process does not pass off without a hitch. The SAA still suffers regular attacks on its checkpoints in the region.

Late on September 20th, unidentified gunmen attacked the SAA military checkpoint east of Masakin Jalin in the western countryside of Daraa.

In response to the attack, the SAA soldiers opened fire, reportedly using mortar shells. No casualties were reported as a result of the clashes. However, one house in Masakin Jalin was reportedly damaged.

On September 8th, seven Syrian service members were killed and three others were injured in the western Daraa region in a roadside bomb attack.

Despite the rare attacks, Syrian troops entered the town of Tafas on September 18, where hundreds of militants have handed over their weapons. On September 16, the SAA raised the Syrian flag over Muzayrib in the western countryside of Daraa, claiming the success of the reconciliation agreement in the town. The first town to reach the reconciliation agreement with Syrian authorities was al-Yadudah.

These deals were reached thanks to the success of the recent reconciliation agreement in Daraa al-Balad, the southern part of Daraa city.

According to the agreement, Syrian government troops will soon enter four more settlements: Zaizun, Ajami, Nahj and Favar.

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Corrupt shithole of Ukropisstan

CIAtrolls and hasbarats are crying and raging 🤗

block

Proper strategy by the SAA and their allies. The kurdish/US backed traitors would be wise to do the same.

Unfortunately, it will likely be ballistic missiles that “change” their minds.

Solitario

The zionists are crying and soon the turkish orcs will cry too!!

the jimmy legs

great job SAA!

Attila

What extract Saa did ?

farbat

the priority should be to create successful liberation in entire syria in a patient manner which keeps infrastructure in tact and doesnt involve fighting domestic rebels but rather pacify them so after daraa maybe the east and there is obviously the american and turkish occupation left still to deal with and the seperatist project of theirs in the east with the kurds so i wonder which will come next maybe al tanf maybe idlib maybe the northern border who knows but sure is syria will liberate it all

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