700 people in Serghaya town in Damascus to have their legal status settled

Damascus Countryside, SANA – Governor of Damascus Countryside Alaa Ibrahim inspected on Wednesday the services situation in Serghaya town and the implemented measures to settle the status of armed persons after the departure of terrorists from the town within the framework of continued local reconciliations in the western part of the province.

In a press statement during the visit, the Governor said the process of settling the legal status of about 700 persons from the town of Serghaya has been embarked on, noting that a large number of those persons will join the military service, while the others will return to their normal lives.

He said 180 terrorists with their families left the town for Idleb on Monday, stressing the need to speed up the process of emptying the town of arms and armed men.

He also directed the workshops to immediately start working to restore the basic services and providing fuel and basic materials to citizens.

The Governor called on locals in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, particularly in Douma city, to exert pressure the militants who hold locals as hostages to leave the city.

Ibrahim pointed out that the reconciliation in al-Zabadani and Maddaya towns is linked to the situation of the terrorist-besieged towns of Kefraya and al-Fouaa in Idleb and will be solved soon, adding that the reconciliation process in Yalda and Beit Sahm is running smoothly.

He also referred to a reconciliation agreement that might be soon achieved in al-Qaboun neighborhood in Damascus in parallel to the operations of the Syrian Arab Army there.

M. al-Frieh/H. Said

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