Russian Center: Syrian Peace Plan Signed by Militants in 1,356 Regions

Russian Center: Syrian Peace Plan Signed by Militants in 1,356 Regions

    (FNA)- The Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria announced in its latest report that militants in more regions laid down arms and joined peace with the Damascus government in the last 24 hours.

“Within the last 24 hours, 3 ceasefire agreements have been signed with representatives of Basyr and al-Qunniyah in the Daraa province as well as Bshaquh in Lattakia province. The total number of inhabited areas, the leaders of which have signed the reconciliation agreements has reached 1,356,” the report said on Saturday.

According to the document, negotiations on joining the ceasefire regime are being held with various field commanders from the provinces of Aleppo, Damascus, Homs, Hama, and Quneitra. The number of armed formations which have claimed to observe the ceasefire regime stands at 135, added the report.

Chief of the Russian General Staff Main Operational Directorate General Sergei Rudskoi had reported last Friday that militants in 47 other terrorist-controlled regions have laid down their arms and joined the peace process, pushing the total number of areas that given up fight against the government to stand at 1,338.

“The regime of the cessation of hostilities introduced on December 30, 2016, continues to be maintained throughout Syria and over the past week, agreements on the accession to reconciliation have been signed with officials from 47 settlements, pushing the total number to 1,338,” General Rudskoi said.

“The number of ‘moderate opposition’ units that declared their adherence to the cessation of hostilities has increased to 199,” he added.

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