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URGENT: One Inch to Syrian Army Victory, Defeated Terrorists Call for Truce in Aleppo

7 December 2016 13:58

One Step to Syrian Army Victory, Defeated Terrorists Call for Truce in Aleppo

Terrorist in Syria’s Aleppo have called on for five-day ceasefire to occur in Aleppo for humanitarian reasons. It has said that 500 people are seriously wounded and need to be treated.

It has also called for the evacuation from the conflict zone in the city, and moving into northern Aleppo countryside, Al-Masdar reports.

This is an unusual request as all evacuated terrorist in Syria have been transported to Idlib province. In previous weeks, Militants in Ghouta requested transport to southern Syria, which was opposed and Idlib was the only destination to choose.

Northern Aleppo is the site where Turkey and its backed forces (Free Syrian Army – FSA) have been invading Syria and fighting ISIS and Kurdish led Syrian Democratic Forces or SDF but Turkey’s aim is creating a launchpad for militant group attacking syrian Army.

The terrorist in Aleppo are aligned with the Turkey-backed forces that controls a swathe of territory between the Kurdish-controlled Afrin Canton and the West Bank of the Euphrates River.

Syria and Russia issued stark warnings to terrorists on Tuesday saying that they will be wiped out unless they leave the city and stop fighting.

Damascus also rejected any Aleppo ceasefire that does not include the rebel’s departure from the eastern part of the city. Syria foreign ministry anounced that it will not allow rebels a chance to regroup and repeat their crimes in the divided city.

“Those who refuse to leave nicely will be destroyed. There is no other way.”  Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the Associated Press.

On Tuesday Syrian army by capturing Al Shaer District increased its government-controlled area in Aleppo by almost 73 percent .

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