El Ejército Árabe Sirio y las “Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias” -conformadas mayoritariamente por los kurdos de las “Unidades de Protección Popular”- acordaron recientemente intercambiar prisioneros en la Provincia de Deir Ezzor luego de una mediación rusa, aseguró una fuente militar a AMN.

Con presencia de la policía militar rusa, el EAS y las FDS entregaron a prisioneros que se encontraban bajo custodia como parte de un acuerdo de paz entre ambas fuerzas.

El ejército gubernamental habría liberado a un combatiente de las FDS, quien fue devuelto a sus líneas.

Como respuesta, las FDS, quienes han contado con el respaldo de Estados Unidos, liberaron a cinco soldados que fueron capturados en el este de la provincia.

La fuente agregó que el intercambio ocurrió en el pueblo de Al-Salihiyah, ubicado en el frente rural de la provincia.

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