The situation in Idlib is “all well”, head of the Syrian opposition delegation to Astana Ahmad al Taama unexpectedly announced yesterday.
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.
Tehran is accusing Israel of assisting terrorist groups in Syria and sowing chaos in the Middle East after the IDF shot down what it said was a weaponized Iranian drone in February.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on April 26 urged U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to intensify efforts to find a political solution to achieve permanent peace in Syria.
US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday that the United States will not pull its troops out of Syria until its goals are accomplished.
The United Nations Security Council issued a statement condemning the continued use of chemical weapons in Syrian conflict and reaffirming the necessity to work out “a mechanism” to hold all those responsible accountable.
The second batch of wounded has left Eastern Ghouta via a humanitarian corridor under the agreement reached between the militants and the UN.
UN official Ali al-Za’tari decries shelling as aid waits to enter Eastern Ghouta.
The Idlib province was excluded from an immediate ceasefire plan, developed by Kuwait and Sweden for the United Nations Security Council.
The UN special envoy for Syria said Syria needs de-escalation of violence as soon as possible.