Secret negotiations for a ceasefire deal in Hama province are currently under way, local sources reported.
Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) said Sunday that they were ready to comply with UN Security Council resolution on the ceasefire in Syria, but retain the right to respond to aggression.
The Idlib province was excluded from an immediate ceasefire plan, developed by Kuwait and Sweden for the United Nations Security Council.
Reports say ISIS terrorists use the locals as human shields during clashes with Turkey-backed SDF units.
The ongoing talks were likely to be suspended on Friday, with no substantial progress.
The international community is trying to settle the Syrian crisis. Today a new round of talks kicked off in Astana city gathering representatives of Syrian gov’t, armed opposition, Turkey, Iran, Russia and a number of spectators including the United States.
More than 50 militants in al Houleh region in Northwestern Homs laid down their arms and signed peace agreements with the Syrian government in the last two days.
Al Menagh, Tell Rifaat and Ain Issa controlled by SDF joined ceasefire agreement in the past 24 hours.
FSA 1st Coastal Division (formerly the Brigade of the Chargers) has reportedly attacked SAA positions near al Rasha hill in Latakia province.