Un destacamento del Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) alzó oficialmente la bandera nacional sobre el estratégico paso fronterizo de Nassib en el sur de Daraa esta semana.

De acuerdo a un reporte militar desde la sureña provincia, el EAS realizó una ceremonia de izamiento de la bandera este domingo, seguida por una celebración en honor al retorno de las fuerzas gubernamentales a este estratégico sitio.

Durante la ceremonia se anunció la apertura al público del paso el primero de agosto de este año.

Esta movida del gobierno se realiza sólo semanas después de que el EAS y sus aliados recuperaran estas instalaciones de manos del autodenominado “Ejército Libre Sirio” (ELS).

Desde ese momento además, Damasco ha trabajado para restaurar sus lazos diplomáticos con la monarquía jordana.

El cruce fronterizo había sido capturado por las brigadas del Frente Sur del ELS y Jabhat al Nusra (hoy Hay’at Tahrir al Sham) durante una ofensiva a comienzos de 2015 en Daraa.

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