The town of “Al-Yadouda” joins the settlement agreements in Daraa.
The town of “Al-Yadouda” in the western countryside of Daraa, has joined the settlement agreements aimed at restoring stability throughout Daraa.
Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center reported that the settlement procedures began today with the entry of units from the Syrian army and security forces into the town, while the security committee began settling the conditions of wanted civilians and soldiers in the town.
The source explained that the security committee opened a center in the “Girls of Yadouda” school to settle the situation of the wanted people and hand over weapons to the state, amid a great turnout this morning, while the town’s notables pledged that there would be no violation of the terms of the agreement, which also stipulated the installation of army and security forces’ checkpoints in the town, as homes were searched for weapons.
The “Al-Yadouda” agreement comes after the procedures of a similar agreement were completed in the neighborhoods of “Daraa Al-Balad” in Daraa, during which the status of hundreds of wanted persons was settled, their weapons were handed over to the state, and security points spread in their neighborhoods.
Only 2 batches of “Daraa al-Balad” militants left who refused to settle their status noting that the 2nd batch, which included dozens with their families, faced a crisis in northern Syria with the Turkish factions, as the “Military Police” faction placed them under house arrest in a mosque in Al-Bab in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, before they were released and transferred to the Nusra areas in Idlib.
It’s noteworthy that the Syrian state sought, through the settlement agreements to spare Daraa the consequences of a military confrontation, and to restore stability to it, after its residents suffered from chaos as a result of the spread of weapons and militants within it during the past years.