Tag Archives: local reconciliations

159 persons have their legal status settled in Hasaka

Hasaka, SANA- 159 persons from Hasaka city and its countryside had their legal status settled in the framework of the continued local reconciliations in all provinces. SANA reporter said that ...

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24 towns and villages in Homs join cessation of hostilities agreement

Homs, SANA – In the framework of enhancing local reconciliations, 24 towns and villages in the eastern and western countryside of Homs have joined the cessation of hostilities agreement. The ...

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National Reconciliation Minister meets South African Ambassador

Damascus, SANA- Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs Dr. Ali Haidar said on Monday that next months will witness an increase in local reconciliations and remarkable achievements on this ...

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Updated-Haidar meets Czech delegation, affirms that securing safe exit of civilians from eastern Aleppo is government’s goal

Damascus, SANA – State Minister for National Reconciliation Affairs Ali Haidar underlined the positive role of the Czech Republic’s foreign policy regarding Syria and its support for the Syrian people ...

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50 towns and villages in Homs eastern countryside join cessation of hostilities agreement

Homs, SANA-In the framework of local reconciliations, fifty towns and villages from the eastern countryside of Homs joined on Monday the cessation of hostilities agreement. The reconciliation process was announced ...

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264 wanted people in Daraa have their legal status settled

Daraa, SANA – Legal files of 264 wanted persons have been settled during the past 24 hours in Daraa in the framework of local reconciliations in the southern province and ...

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Reconciliation document signed in Khan Arnaba town in Quneitra

Quneitra, SANA – The social, political, civil and religious figures in Khan Arnaba town in Quneitra province signed on Sunday a document of pledge vowing loyalty and commitment to the ...

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