Germany has spent 48.8 million euro ($55 million) funding an opposition groups in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib, German daily newspaper Der Tagesspiegel reported.
The opposition factions active in Idlib province have begun preparation for an offensive on the besieged villages of Foua and Kefraya, informed sources reported.
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.
Militant opposition groups have reportedly shelled Mezzeh 86 and Esh al-Warwar districts of Damascus city.
The spokesman for the Syrian opposition denied the existence of any controversial issues with Turkey during the 6th round of Astana Syria peace talks, as reported by the media.
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.
The Lebanese Hezbollah and Nusra-affiliated group made a deal on ceasefire in the borderline area of Arsal.
Syrian authorities officials and opposition factions representatives hold talks on reconciliation in East Damascus.
Reports say the Syrian army and Hezbollah troops have established a kind of a base – several fortified positions along the Syrian-Iraqi border.
The USAF attacked Syrian pro-government forces near Al Tanf in Homs province.