The UN special envoy for Syria said Syria needs de-escalation of violence as soon as possible.
Syrian authorities officials and opposition factions representatives hold talks on reconciliation in East Damascus.
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.
A new round of Astana talks on the crisis in Syria led by Russia, Turkey and Iran will take place February 15-16 behind closed doors.
Al Menagh, Tell Rifaat and Ain Issa controlled by SDF joined ceasefire agreement in the past 24 hours.
Militants in four regions in Damascus province and three regions in Hama province inked the peace agreement with the Syrian government.
Hundreds of militants surrendered to the Syrian forces and joined the nationwide reconciliation plan in the Southern province of Dara’a.
Qadri Jamil, a leader of Syria’s Popular Front for Change and Liberation, stated that Moscow has not imposed on Damascus its draft constitution.
The United States President-elect Donald Trump hasn’t voiced his position on Syrian crisis resolve, nevertheless, experts say Washington loses his role in settling the situation in this Middle Eastern state.
The U.S. on Thursday acknowledged it received an invitation to a meeting in Kazakhstan to help pave the way for negotiations to end the six-year Syrian war.