Syrian President Signs Amnesty Decree for Deserters

Syrian paratroops enter battle in southern Syria after suffering heavy casualties/almasdarnews

Yesterday morning, a Russian military delegation arrived in the city of Abu Kamal in the south of Deir Ezzor province. Here, representatives of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation met with the commanders of the Iranian and Iraqi troops to discuss the prospects for joint control of the borders of the governorate.

On the other side of the Euphrates River, fierce clashes between the ISIS terrorists and the “Syrian Democratic Forces” fighters continued. As a result, Kurdish troops reached the outskirts of the city of Al-Susah.

Meanwhile, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad signed a historic decree on a general amnesty for deserters located inside and outside the country. However, the pardon will not concern suspected in crimes against the government. In this case, judicial proceedings will be considered on an individual basis. It is possible that some of them will also fall under the amnesty.

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