The authorities concerned continue the process of settling the status of gunmen who refused to leave as part of the agreement that allowed terrorists to exit from Homs northern countryside and Hama southern countryside.
SANA’s correspondent in Homs reported that the authorities concerned settled on Thursday the status of a number of gunmen who handed over their light weapons and pledged not to get engaged in any action that might disturb the public security and the safety of the homeland and citizens.
In cooperation with the dignitaries in the northern countryside of Homs, the authorities received a number of weapons and ammunition from the gunmen positioned Talbiseh town, with the aim of completing the implementation of the agreement in order for the villages of Homs northern countryside to restore their normal life.
The correspondent added that the weapons that were handed over included automatic rifles, sniper rifles, artillery with different calibers, homemade rockets, a large amount of ammunition and a number of cameras.
Homs northern countryside was declared free of terrorism on May 16 after evacuating the terrorists who refused to settle their status to northern Syria, after handing over their weapons and their ammunition to the government.