Aleppo: Terrorists in More Towns Join Peace with Syrian Gov’t


Militants in more towns in Northern Aleppo laid down arms and endorsed the peace agreement with Damascus.

Representatives in several towns in Northern Aleppo inked peace agreements with the Syrian Army, pledging to protect security in the Northern territories of the province.

The Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria announced on Wednesday that militants in five more regions in three key provinces laid down arms and joined the nationwide reconciliation agreement with the Syrian government.

“Representatives of militants in three regions in Damascus province, one region in Hama province and one region in Lattakia province inked peace agreements with the Damascus government,” the Russian center said, adding, “Now the total number of the regions, cities, town and villages that have thus far joined the peace process stands at 1,203.”

The Russian Defense Ministry said that negotiations on joining the ceasefire regime continue with various field commanders from the provinces of Homs, Hama, Aleppo and Quneitra.

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