The Syrian officials announced on Thursday that local rebel groups inside 30+ villages in the Hama Governorate have agreed to reconcile with the government after a Russian delegation facilitated a rapprochement between both parties.
The location and names of these villages were not announced by the Syrian officials; however, they are most likely located in southern Hama, where rebel groups are still fighting the government forces.
More details are expected to be released in the coming days, as government the government works diligently to end all hostilities.
Meanwhile, in the Greater Damascus area, the Syrian Armed Forces and the rebel groups inside the small town of Al-Tal have agreed to reconcile, despite several failed agreements in the past.
The rebel groups will allow for more Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldiers to enter the town, alongside several Russian military advisers.