Syrian Security Forces enter Yelda, Babila and Beit Sahem
Internal Security Forces have entered the towns of Yelda, Babila, and Beit Sahem in southern Damascus and raised the Syrian flag over the municipality building of Babila.
SANA correspondent said that the Security Forces on Friday entered the mentioned towns to enhance security and stability there after ending the evacuation process of last batch of terrorists and their families, who rejected the reconciliation agreement, to northern Syria.
Families of Babila town expressed happiness in restoring security and stability to their hometown, and the entry of police units and security forces to maintain order in the area.
Damascus Countryside Police Chief, Issam al-Halaj, told SANA that the restoration of security and stability to the three towns is a new achievement for the heroes of the Syrian Arab Army on terrorist organizations