Syrian government interrogates people in Daraa and demand they change mobile phone numbers
Daraa - SMART
On Thursday, the Syrian government forces interrogated dozens of people in the Daraa al-Balad neighborhoods in Daraa, Southern Syria. The Syrian government forces also demanded the people to change their mobile phones numbers.
A local source reported that the Syrian government forces stationed in the Mafrazat al-Jumruk are in Daraa al-Balad summoned 40 people, including a woman, to interrogate them. The source added that the Syrian government forces ordered the people to change mobile phone numbers used before the Syrian government forces seized the entire Daraa governorate.
The source, who prefered to remain anonymous, added that members of the Negotiations Committee in Daraa accompanied the people for interrogation. The source noted that no arrests were made.
In recent weeks, the Syrian government forces started reconciliation procedures in cities and towns in which the Free Syrian Army and Russia reached ceasefire agreements in Daraa. The Syrian government displaced those who refused to reconcile to Northern Syria.