On July 13, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) captured Tafas dam and entered the villages of Khirbat Kasi and Nahj in the western Daraa countryside, according to the Hezbollah media wing in Syria. The deployment of the SAA in these areas is a part of a reconciliation agreement, which was reached few days ago.
A day earlier, the SAA entered the towns of Kafr Shams, Inkhil and Muzayrib in the western Daraa countryside under the same reconciliation agreement. The former fighters of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in these towns are currently handing over their weapons to the SAA.
Meanwhile, dozens of civilians took at streets in the town of al-Harrah to stress their support for the SAA, according to Syrian pro-government activists. A day earlier, Syrian opposition sources reported that religious scholars in the town called for a reconciliation agreement with the Damascus government.
The remaining fighters of the FSA and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) in the western Daraa countryside and the governorate of al-Quneitra appear to be unwilling to fight. These areas will likely accept a reconciliation agreement in the upcoming days.