Nearly 200 Terror Operatives Surrender To Syrian Authorities in Aleppo

The Syrian government has given some terror operatives an opportunity to return to a normal life, grants amnesty to them.

The reconciliation center and the Syrian authorities agreed to withdraw the members of the armed groups from the northern part of Aleppo, ensure their safe passage and further amnesty, Soslan Tseboyev, the centers representative told reporters, adding that a total of 198 militants had surrendered.

Syrian President Bashar Assad in July 2016 issued a decree providing amnesty to militants ready to lay down their arms and return to a normal life after a devastating six years of war in the country.

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