Damascus, Syria (2:16 A.M.) – The Syrian Army enabled the exit of over 300 civilians from the families of Darayya who lived in the neighboring Muaddamiyah in Western Ghouta resulting in the full conclusion of the Darayya treaty.
Al-Masdar’s correspondent was informed through exclusive sources that this step was in the shadow of an agreement that demands the surrender of the militants occupying the town of Muaddamiyah along with their weapons.
Under the Amnesty granted by the executive office of the Syrian Arab Republic, the rebels would reclaim their citizen status and be relieved from the lawful consequences of their insurgency.
“The agreement in Muaddamiyah will enter execution pages after placing its last thumbprints while regular residents of the city would not need to leave for the refuge centers.”
Sources added that the agreement would allow for government institutions to restore their functions and operations inside the city.
In a separate development, some militants in Wa’er district in Homs city attempted to foil the agreement in place that would enable the relocation of surrendering fighters outside of the province while granting amnesty to those who want to revert back to their civilian lifestyle.