The remaining terrorist militants of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) deployed in the southern Syrian governorate of al-Quneitra surrendered and accepted a Syrian deportation agreement.

Under the agreement, the militants will hand over all of their weapons to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and then withdraw to the opposition-held areas in northern Syria, likely the governorate of Idlib.

The Israeli-backed terrorists will also hand over two observation posts near the villages of Umm Batinah and Ruwayhibah, inside the demilitarized zone, to the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF).

The agreement, which will be executed over the upcoming days, will allow tens of thousands of displaced Syrian civilians to return to their towns and villages in the western Daraa countryside and al-Quneitra. Currently, most of these civilians are taking refuge near the separation line in the Golan Heights.

The amount of heavy material like, tanks, APCs, artillery, mobile AAA (Shilka) and an astonishing amount of other weaponry, including signal equipment and ammunition has been surrendered to the Syrian Arab Army.

The better units of the SAA and Republican Guard having been moving north for a week on the M-5 Highway, now open to traffic all the way to northern Hama Province.  After some re-fitting and rest, the Idlib liberation offensive will begin.

Russia Insider / ABC Flash Point Proxy War News 2018.

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Pan Cayente
Pan Cayente
18-06-20 05:15

Not exactly what Israel wants to accomplish?