Syria: 1,200 wanted persons have their legal status settled in Daraa

Syria: 1,200 wanted persons have their legal status settled in Daraa

1,200 wanted persons had their legal status settled on Monday in the framework of the continued national reconciliations in Daraa countryside.

AhlulBayt News Agency - 1,200 wanted persons had their legal status settled on Monday in the framework of the continued national reconciliations in Daraa countryside.

Most of those persons are from Abtaa town, while a source at the province said 120 of them are from al-Sanamein area and 130 persons are from Kafr Shams village.

On a relevant note, the source said that the Relief sub-committee in Daraa, in cooperation with the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), delivered 3,000 food packages and 3,000 flour bags to Abtaa town.

On the 21st of February, a local initiative for national reconciliation in Daraa province was launched by a thousand of locals and prominent figures from the southern province.



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1,200 wanted persons had their legal status settled on Monday in the framework of the continued national reconciliations in Daraa countryside.

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SANA’s reporter said that most of those persons are from Abtaa town, while a source at the province said 120 of them are from al-Sanamein area and 130 persons are from Kafr Shams village.

On a relevant note, the source said that the Relief sub-committee in Daraa, in cooperation with the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), delivered 3,000 food packages and 3,000 flour bags to Abtaa town.

On the 21st of February, a local initiative for national reconciliation in Daraa province was launched by a thousand of locals and prominent figures from the southern province.


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