A longtime rebel-held town in Western Ghouta is set to surrender to the Syrian authorities following the recent advance made by the government forces in the area.
Al-Masdar News reporter has exclusively learnt that a prospective agreement will be declared soon in Zakiyah town after a local delegation met with government representatives earlier today.
According to the reporter, the Syrian Army shall have full control of the town, following the examples of the recently-made agreements in Al-Hama and Qudsaya in rural Damascus.
The initiative comes as the government troops made their way to the northern entrance of the town.
Earlier, Islamist rebels said they preparing to surrender the Mo’adhimiyah Al-Sham suburb of Damascus in exchange for transportation to the Idlib Governorate.