The Arabic-language website of Sputnik news agency quoted Sheikh Saud al-Mobarak, a member of Idlib’s peace committee, as saying that 500 villages and towns have joined the national peace plan in coordination with the Syrian government and supervision of the Russian delegation and after continued talks and contacts with the residents of different towns in Idlib province.
He added that the process of peace negotiations had started 1.5 years ago in several regions of Idlib, saying that residents of several villages and towns in Idlib have held protest rallies against the presence of the terrorists, specially the foreigners who have looted their properties and lands.
Sheikh Saud said that implementation of the peace plan in the province is aimed at preventing clashes and protecting the residents of the two towns of Fua’a and Kafrya which have repeatedly been targeted by terrorists in the past few years.
The Syrian army has earned control over a sum of 90% of Dara’a province and started military operations in Quneitra.
Commanders of the terrorist groups in Northern Syria are showing clear signs of concerns over the growing number of the militants who are demanding endorsement of peace with the Damascus government.
Abdullah Muhammad al-Muhaysini, the former commander of Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front), cautioned on Wednesday against the growing number of the militants asking for the endorsement of the peace plan in Northern Syria, calling for their trial and punishment.
Also, Abdolrazaq al-Mahdi, the Mufti (religious leader) of another terrorist group in Northern Syria, warned of the dire situation in Northern Syria, calling on the militants to unite to stand against the Syrian army’s imminent operations in the region.
The Syrian army will soon start military operations in Idlib after fully cleansing Southern Syria of terrorists, reports said.