Reconciliation of opposing sides
In accordance to the achieved ceasefire agreements, the ceasefire regime will have been established in the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic starting from 00:00 on December 30, 2016.
The Feilak al-Sham, Ahrar al-Sham, Jaysh al-Islam, Thuwar al-Sham, Jaysh al-Mujahideen, Jaysh Idlib, and Jabhat al-Shamiyah armed groupings have joined the ceasefire regime.
Within last 24 hours, no truce agreements have been signed with representatives of inhabited areas.
The total number of inhabited areas, the leaders of which had signed reconciliation agreements, remained 1077.
Within last 24 hours, 24 bombardments performed by illegal armed formations have been registered in the provinces of Damascus and Aleppo.
Groupings of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (Jabhat al-Nusra) terrorist organization have fired mortars and small arms against the Ashrafiya, Dahiya al-Assad, 3000, and 1070 quarters, Kastello trade center, and Higma school in the Aleppo city.
Blelije, Haush al-Shalaq, Haush al-Faddaliya, Haush Nasri, Jaubar, and Haush Harabu have been shelled in the Damascus 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 Syrian population
Within last 24 hours, seven humanitarian events have been held, in course of which citizens received humanitarian aid:
in temporary accommodation facility in the Benezid area in the Aleppo city – about 2 tons;
in school located in the Saaker Kuraim area in the Aleppo city – about 1 ton;
in school located in the Hanana 3 area in the Aleppo city – about 700 kg;
in the Meridian hotel in the Aleppo city – about 400 kg;
in the Massai Hairiya orphanage in the Latakia city – about 50 kg;
in the Dar community of the Russian citizens in the Latakia city – about 50 kg;
in the Nadezhda community of the Russian citizens in the Latakia city – about 50 kg.
Posts with hot meal and items of first necessity for civilians, who had left eastern areas of the Aleppo city, continue their work.