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The centers for surrendered militants are opening in Damascus suburb

As a part of the Syrian government amnesty, in the area of Eastern Ghouta in a suburb of Damascus, where military operations have been conducted over the past few years, the centers for surrendered militants are opening.
In these centers militants can lay down weapons, join self-defense units, as well as get an advice on any issue. In addition, there are also medical centers, where civilians can obtain all the necessary assistance. To spread information regarding amnesty the special unit has been formed which drops leaflets and broadcasts information through loudspeakers.
The Syrian government is trying to convey to the militants the idea that the struggle against its own people is not acceptable, and the amnesty of the Syrian president would allow to the militants who have laid down their weapons to settle their legal status and safely return to normal life.
The amnesty decree was signed by Bashar Assad on June 28, 2016 in order to accelerate the resolution of the crisis. The amnesty decree was prolonged by the Syrian President in early February to 30 June 2017.

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