BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:20 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) scored a major advance along the Jordanian-Daraa border on Monday, seizing a number of towns that were previously under the control of the rebel forces.

Residents of Zaizoun cheered on the Syrian Arab Army  as they entered their village in the southern province of Daraa, as footage filmed on Monday shows.

Civilians welcomed the SAA with chants and victory signs, and some of them even picked up soldiers on their shoulders.

Army troops also reportedly arrived in Tal Shihab, where they were reportedly given a similar welcome.

Last week, the Syrian government and militant groups reached a ceasefire accord in Daraa during negotiations brokered by Moscow.

The UN has estimated that more than 320,000 people have been displaced in the Daraa region since the beginning of an offensive in the region.

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So much for all the BS from US saying Civilians running from Government. Cant wait till all of Syria is free of all terrorist scum and there supporters.