Over 300 wanted persons get their legal status settled in Hama

Hama, SANA – Authorities in Hama on Monday settled the files of 300 wanted persons who had turned themselves in to authorities.

Hama Governor Ghassan Khalaf said the process was achieved after huge efforts were exerted by clergymen and popular committees in the province, calling upon all citizens to preserve their country and unite against terrorism.


For his part, head of the popular reconciliation committees in Hama Mahmoud Sibahi said that there are many endeavours of initiatives that aim at settling files of a number of armed groups.


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