Reconciliation of opposing sides
Within last 24 hours, 2 truce agreements have been signed with representatives of an inhabited area of the Latakia province.
The total number of inhabited areas, the leaders of which had signed reconciliation agreements, has reached 1057.
Negotiations on joining ceasefire regime have been continued with field commanders of illegal armed groups in Muaddamiyet al-Shikh in the Damascus province, and detachments of armed opposition in the Homs, Hama, Aleppo, and al-Quneitra provinces.
The number of ceasefire application forms signed with leaders of armed groupings remained 94.
Within last 24 hours, 17 shellings performed by illegal armed formations have been registered in the provinces of Damascus (13), Daraa (2), Hama (1), and al-Quneitra (1).
In the Damascus province, armed formations of the Jaysh al-Islam grouping, which had claimed to be the opposition one, have fired mortars and small arms against Jaubar, Buzaina, Kafr Batna, area of the al-Abbasiin stadium and highway near Duma.
Groupings of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (Jabhat al-Nusra) terrorist organizations have fired multiple launch rocket systems, mortars and small arms against Jaubar (twice), Haush al-Shalaq, Haush Nasri, Arbil, Kepta, and Harasta in the Damascus province.
Daraa and Namer have been shelled in the Daraa province.
Terrorists have also shelled Maharda in the Hama province and Jaba in the al-Quneitra province.
Russian Aerospace Forces and Syrian Air Force did not make strikes on opposition armed formations, which follow ceasefire regime and informed the Russian or American Centres for reconciliation about their location.
Humanitarian aid to the population of Syria
Within last 24 hours, three humanitarian events have been held, in course of which civilians in temporary accommodation facilities in the eastern areas of Aleppo have received humanitarian aid in the Sheikh Maqsood quarter – about 2 tons; in the al-Mahalej quarter – about 9 tons; and in the Tartus city – about 1 ton.
Posts with hot meal and items of first necessity continue their work for civilians of the Aleppo city.