DAMASCUS, SYRIA (5:50 P.M.) – Security forces of the Syrian Ministry of Interior entered the city of Jayrud of the East Qalamoun region amid massive celebrations of civilians.

The Syrian forces took over the city after militants had left to the country’s north as per an evacuation deal with the Syrian government.

Police stations as well as government institutions will be operational again. Even the traffic policemen will be deployed in the former rebel stronghold after being outside the government control for years.

The arrival of security forces came in conjunction with massive celebrations by civilians who took the streets in support of the government forces and celebrate the evacuation of rebel fighters.

Thousands of rebel fighters and their families left their bastions in the East Qalamoun region to the northern city of Jarabulus after surrendering their armories to the Syrian Army.

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Floriangeyer
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I somewhat doubt that the Western corporate media will show the jubilation of Syrians being liberated from the proxy terrorists of the US Coalition of Terror. 🙂

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Not way, remember that western media want to keep the Assad image of barbarian killer of his own people.

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Exactly. Only when the project President Assad as a inhuman & killer of Syrians they will be able to happily milk the Amrikan tax paying cows for many years. In all the wars they have fought they always need a bogey man, many centuries ago it was Geranimo, later on in recent wars it was Vietcong, Osama, Saddam, Ghadafi, Mullah Omar and now President Assad. Poor Amrikan public have to take it all in hook, line & sinker.

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Time for De Mistura to help all of those people on the photos! Time to send humanitarian aid and billions of dollars to rebuild. Oh, he does not give a s***.

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An US representative already stated in UN that US will NOT rebuild “Assad’s Syria”, only “the democratic part of Syria”. They already divided Syria on two (in their eyes). What actually Syrians think they obviously don’t care…