BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:10 A.M.) – According to preliminary reports from Damascus, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Jaysh Al-Islam have reached a reconciliation agreement in the East Ghouta.

The reports claim that the Syrian Army and Jaysh Al-Islam agreed to terms of a reconciliation agreement that would have the latter turn their heavy weapons into the government and Russian military.

Furthermore, seven rules were established:

  • Jaysh Al-Islam will agree to their release prisoners in Douma, including those from the Syrian Army.
  • Jaysh Al-Islam will hand over all of their heavy weapons to the government.
  • Jaysh Al-Islam will give the government and army full access roads to Douma; this will allow the wounded to be transported to local hospitals.
  • Those militants in Douma will decide whether they will go to Idlib, Daraa, or stay in the East Ghouta to settle their cases with the state.
  • Food staples and aid will enter Douma and a local police unit will be formed by civil leaders in the district.
  • State Institutions will start to work inside Douma after a “short period”. The basic services of water, electricity and sewage system will take priority.
  • Individual arms ownership will be organized within existing laws governing administered by the State.

The military source added that the Russians have mediated the terms between both parties.

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Bravo!
The Russians have mediated a successful peace.
Let’s see how the warmongers in the US spin this one . . .

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George King

Infrastructure plans are on going and take priority, this is people priorities quality of life before the dust has settled! There is something about people fighting for a fair stake in life. Inspiring to say the least. Good Luck to all!

Assad must stay
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Assad must stay

Now, I understand the stuf of the spy in London ❗

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Stern Daler

Good luck to all. Especially civilians.