Syrian foreign ministry has sent two letters to the UN chief and UN Security Council protesting against Israeli municipal elections in the occupied Golan Heights.
The outgoing UN envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, will arrive in Damascus on Wednesday for a visit aimed at convincing the government to accept the creation of a committee to draft a post-war constitution, the world body said. De Mistura, who announced last week that he would step down from his post at the…
UN representative Jan Egeland said Syria’s government has withdrawn a rather controversial law that allowed state’s authorities to seize property left by refugees. He called it a good sign that “diplomacy can win even in Syria.” he said.
Moscow and Ankara agreed to give more time for implementing the plan of Idlib deal, a “great relief” for a territory where 3 million civilians live.
The UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria called for militants remaining in Idlib to leave the populated areas in the province to avoid casualties among civilians.
The United Nations refused to participate in the reconstruction projects in Syria and will not promote the return of the refugees and internally displaces persons, a leaked internal document revealed.
The situation in Idlib is “all well”, head of the Syrian opposition delegation to Astana Ahmad al Taama unexpectedly announced yesterday.
The armed opposition groups based in South-West Syria are obviously a mix of both FSA and terrorists. Meanwhile on the verge of great defeat in Daraa Province they issued a unified statement in which they agree to negotiate with the Damascus Government official.
Tehran is accusing Israel of assisting terrorist groups in Syria and sowing chaos in the Middle East after the IDF shot down what it said was a weaponized Iranian drone in February.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on April 26 urged U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to intensify efforts to find a political solution to achieve permanent peace in Syria.