The sources said that a delegation from the militant-held villages of Deir Qanoun, Basimeh and Naba’a al-Fijeh in Wadi al-Bardi region in Western Ghouta has started negotiating with the government’s reconciliation delegation to pave the ground for militants in the villages to join the peace plan.




Local sources said on Friday that the militant groups in Southern Damascus were planning to surrender at least four towns to the Syrian government in the coming days.


The sources said that if the militants accept the terms of the reconciliation agreement that is currently being discussed, they would surrender the towns of Beit Sahm, Babila, Yalda, and Aqraba in return for safe evacuation from the towns to be relocated to militant-held regions in Idlib province.