The 3rd phase of militant evacuation began in Homs this morning.
SAA units continued their successful, military operations in Aleppo north-eastern countryside, restoring security and stability to 18 villages and towns, killing a large number of ISIS terrorists and destroying a vehicle bomb and 9 cars equipped with cannons.
Syrian rebels backed by Turkey and Syrian Arab Army created a security corridor.
The Syrian government is ready to agree prisoner swaps with opposition groups.
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.
Syrian opposition formed a single delegation to take part in upcoming Geneva talks in the end of February.
The Syrian government organized safe corridors near al Wafedeen refugee camp in E. Damascus to pave the way for the militants and civilians to leave the region.
Iran, Russia and Turkey started talks in Astana on the ceasefire in Syria weeks after the trio mediated peace negotiations between Damascus and opposition.
Sheikh Nawaf al-Bashir, leader of the Baggara tribe in Syria’s eastern Deir ez-Zor Governorate is forming pro-government militias and condemns the Syrian opposition.