Over 500 local citizens settled their legal status via reconciliation agreement in Damascus province. The procedure took place in the al-Wahban village in East Damascus.
The citizens of Eastern Ghouta, namely Daqwa, Bir al-Qasab, Sis and Makhoul villages joined the reconciliation agreement and pledged to abide by the law and avoid disturbing security.
According to local sources, those who joined the agreement came from the Shuqrania an Swaymra areas in addition to the members of al-Joumlan tribe from desert regions.
The deal was made possible after the Syrian army with support from popular militias liberated vast areas in East Damascus from the US-linked militants, forcing them to retreat towards al-Tanf base on the Iraqi border.