Legal Status Settled for Tens of Military Deserters in Deir Ez-Zor

Those who had their legal status settled had previously avoided compulsory military service or the reserve service writes SANA.

Within the framework of enhancing local reconciliations and expanding their scope, the legal status of tens of youths in Deir ez-Zor province, who deserted their compulsory military service or the military reserve service has been settled. 

Head of the Polarization Center in Deir ez-Zor, Lieutenant Colonel Mashhour Shadoud, in a statement to SANA, said that the legal status of tens of youths in the province has been settled through the committee, which works in coordination with the dignitaries and elders of the tribes, to mobilize youths in the Syrian al-Jazeera region.

“The number of youths whose legal status has been settled reached 600,” Shadoud noted. 

A number of the youths expressed sincere thanks for the efforts exerted by the bodies concerned.

They affirmed that serving and defending the homeland and is a great honor for all Syrian people.


This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.


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