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Syrian army denies reports of an agreement with Daash south of Damascus

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – The Syrian army denied the news of a ceasefire agreement between the two sides and the organization of the “Daash” terrorist in the Black Stone neighborhood and Yarmouk camp south of Damascus.

“There is no agreement between the Syrian Arab army and the organization,” the official SANA news agency quoted a military source as saying.

According to field sources, the terrorist organization and its affiliated groups expressed their readiness to surrender without resistance and requested that Her out.

“It is not yet agreed on who will withdraw about 1,700 armed with members of their families, explaining that the armed groups in the Syrian desert have already refused to receive militants from southern Damascus, which explains why not officially announced the agreement so far.”

Our correspondent reported earlier in the day that a cease-fire agreement had entered into force from 12 pm today and would continue until 5 am on Sunday, after which the armed groups would withdraw completely from the area.

This comes after weeks of violent clashes between government forces and militants in the last pocket of the armed organizations around the Syrian capital.

In the past months, the Syrian army has succeeded in reclaiming a large area of ​​land under the control of the armed opposition and terrorist organizations in the countryside of Damascus, following the withdrawal of militants to the provinces of Idlib and Aleppo, under agreements between their leaders and the government of Damascus under the auspices of the Russian military.