The document released by the Southern FSA (Image provided by @IvanSidorenko1)

The FSA’s militant-run ‘Justice Court’, has released a message to all FSA checkpoints in the Daraa province (Southern Syria), prohibiting opposition representatives from travelling to government held territory to attend reconciliation meetings.

Whether or not the two groups will still attempt to hold the meeting is yet to be seen, though some of the previous reconciliation efforts have succeeded despite facing opposition from more hard-line rebels – over the past 5 years these efforts have had some success, especially near Daraa city, where several groups of militants have handed over their weapons in return for amnesty.

The FSA’s statement comes as dozens of rebels lay down their arms in Aleppo city following the recent successes of the Syrian Army there.

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