DAMASCUS, SYRIA (6:20 P.M.) – With the Syrian Army capturing more than 75% of Daraa province and effectively encircling rebels in the provincial capital, more towns and villages across the southern province are entering into reconciliation agreements.

Today, militants in the towns of Simlin, Kafer Shams, Kafer Nasej and Aqrabaa decided to surrender themselves to the Syrian Army to avoid a definite defeat.

The aforementioned towns are located in the northern countryside of Daraa to the west of As-Sanamayn city.

Following the example of other reconciled areas across the province, those militants shall hand over all heavy and medium weapon, in exchange of settling down their status. All government institutions shall be operational again in tandem with helping the displaced people retutn home safely.

The agreement shall inter into force tomorrow noon, according to sources.

Meanwhile, militants in Busra al-Sham handed over a new batch of their weapons to the Syrian Army as per the agreed-on deal.

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