Syrian Army Nearing End of Dara’a Liberation Operation
The army forces targeted the terrorists’ remaining bases in Western Dara’a, specially in Tal al-Jabiyeh and al-Naseriyeh fronts, on Thursday.
Meantime, field sources reported that the army units could win back control of Um Houran region North of the town of Nawa, Tal al-Hosh and Kasif al-Sin as well as Brigade 112 region East of Nawa.
They also captured the village of al-Tayyerah, al-Raba’ei checkpoint, Tal Ashtarah and the village of Sheikh Sa’ad in Hoz al-Yarmouk region in Western Dara’a.
In a relevant development earlier today, the terrorist groups agreed to give control of their major stronghold in Western Dara’a to the Syrian army as the latter continued military operations in the few regions still under terrorists’ control in the province.
Field sources reported on Thursday that the terrorists in the town of Nawa in Western Dara’a reached an agreement to surrender the region to the army.
Based on the agreement, the terrorists will surrender their weapons to the army in several stages and will receive amnesty from the government. Also, other terrorists who are opposed to the peace plan will leave the region for Northern Syria.
Meantime, other field sources also said that the militants will deliver control of the hills near Nawa to the army and will withdraw from the region.
The agreement was made after the Syrian army forces’ heavy attacks against the terrorists in Nawa and the adjacent areas as well as their positions in Hoz al-Yarmouk.
The army is now few days away from imposing full control over the entire Dara’a province and continues talks with the militants in the towns of Quneitra province to join the peace plan.