The Syrian authorities have released a new group of suspects who were involved in armed and terrorist acts in Daraa governorate, in the south part of the country over recent years.
The correspondent of the Russian “Sputnik” news agency in Daraa province stated that the Syrian authorities released the third batch of detainees in Daraa in accordance with the recent settlement agreement that was concluded with Russian support in the province, and which resulted in settling the conditions of thousands of militants holed up in some neighborhoods of the city, and the cities and towns of its countryside.
The reporter said that this batch of detainees is the 13th who were released after the implementation of the settlement agreement sponsored by Russia in 2018 in support of the national reconciliation process.
He pointed out that the number of detainees released is 25, whose arrest warrants reach years, including civilians and military personnel who were involved in the events in Daraa Governorate.
Maj. Gen. Mofeed Hassan, head of the Security and Military Committee in southern Syria, said there will be other batches on a weekly basis, indicating that work is underway to address the status of a new batch of detainees.”
Maj. Gen. Hassan pointed out the need for concerted efforts by all the people of the province, in cooperation with the security services, to enhance the security situation and combat all forms of chaos that some still practice.
For his part, the governor of Daraa, Eng. Louay Khareta called for the necessity of helping all the released persons to properly integrate into society and, in turn, contribute to building the nation.