BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 P.M.) – A military source in Damascus informed Al-Masdar News this evening that a joint Syrian-Russian delegation met with the rebel factions in several Dara’a Governorate town to discuss terms of reconciliation.

According to the source, the joint Syrian-Russian delegation met with rebel factions and community leaders in Mahajah, Ibta, Da’el, and several other small towns in northeastern Dara’a.

The source added that the Syrian Army and Russian Reconciliation Centre gave the rebels three options:

  1. Withdraw/Exit from towns ( evacuation)
  2. Stay in towns & settle legal status (reconciliation)
  3. Face decisive military operation

No response has been given thus far.

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Karel Vd Geest

Syria again proving to be untrustworthy. There was already a US/Russian agreement on the South and signed off by Assad. So Russia and Assad breaking again their word.

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BS, Assad was never part in any agreements with US and I seriously doubt that Russia was too. US simply proclaimed their interest in Daraa same as in Al Tanf…

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Chauhan Chauhan

Assad goverment dint signed any agreement. and Syria is not run by US

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USA (read – Izrael) has no voice on Syrian soil – they are invaders and terror-supporters.
Syria has legitimate right to defend from zionist/terrorist agressors.

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Kingstone Tyro

Tell them that Russian. They need to get told. Yet we hear complaints from the west about Israel right to defend itself whereas nothing on Syria’s rights.