Syria adopted new measures Sunday to curb fuel shortage. Earlier Syrian Government has blamed on Western sanctions that were imposed on the war-torn country.
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.
According to the reports, at least 45 militants of one the opposition groups laid down arms in Aleppo province to gain amnesty and return to peaceful life.
SAA seized a part of al Rahbah in the East of Damascus province and attacked militants in Jobar district to the North-East of the capital, then SAA freed some areas IVO the sugar factory in the Eastern Aleppo. Afterwards pro-government forces took control of a town to the West of Maskan and liberated the hills…
According to the sources, Iraqi forces launched new attack on ISIS positions in Western Mosul.
Syrian opposition claims to have solid evidence for Syrian government and ISIS cooperation.
Opposition as reported is ready to release 54 persons including women and children kidnapped in 2013 within Latakia province as the Government is to release 55 prisoners as well.
During last 2 days the Syrian army managed to repel ISIS offensive near the Deir Ezzor Airport.
The international community does its best to resolve the Syrian crisis and bring peace to the Middle East.