Syrian citizens returning to their homeland from Jordan via Nassib border crossing can now settle their legal status in a special office opened at the crossing.
Free Syrian Army (FSA) factions present in Western Daraa province have signed an additional reconciliation agreement with the Syrian government, local sources reported.
The Syrian Arab Army units have started to remove the roadblock from the streets of Daraa city in preparation for the reopening of the roads, local sources reported.
Free Syrian Army factions active in Hayt village in Daraa province managed to capture the founder and leader of Jaysh Khaled ben al Walid, an ISIS-affiliated group who has recently changed its name for Wilayat Hawran.
The opposition forces active in Daraa province are currently working on a draft of reconciliation agreement enabling the local citizens to settle their status with the Syrian government.
Hundreds of civilians have returned to their homes in the villages of Daraa province that were liberated by the Syrian Arab Army.
Former militants of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) factions who have benefited from the reconciliation process are currently fighting side by side with the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) against the Islamic State in Yarmouk valley in Daraa province.
The Syrian government forces on Thursday reached the border with Jordan during the offensive in the south of the country and took control of a six-kilometer border stretch.
The armed opposition groups based in South-West Syria are obviously a mix of both FSA and terrorists. Meanwhile on the verge of great defeat in Daraa Province they issued a unified statement in which they agree to negotiate with the Damascus Government official.
Militants of various groups in Daraa and Quneitra provinces have established a number of operations room to resist the Syrian army.