Syria: 6 Safe Zones Agreement Violations Recorded During the Past 24 Hours, Tons of Food Delivered to Residents

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May 14th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– Al Mayadeen – – translated by Samer Hussein – 

Russian Defense Ministry said the Joint Russian-Turkish Commission on violations of Safe Zones Agreement, recorded six cases of violations throughout Syria, during the past 24 hours. 

According to the statement issued on Sunday, records include four shootings (three that took place in the province of Damascus and one in the province of Lattakia). In addition, Turkish side registered two other forms of ceasefire violations in the province of Damascus.

The statement further added that majority of violations were random shootings of small firearms and occurred in areas, controlled by ISIS and Al Nusra Front terrorists.

Apart from that, the new safe zones agreement is said to be going on in accordance with the schedule. The agreement, according to which there are now 4 de-escalation areas in Syria,  was reached on the 4th of May during the talks on settlement of Syrian crisis in Astana. Russia, Iran and Turkey are acting as its guarantor states. 

Meanwhile, the Russian Centre for reconciliation of opposing sides, made at least 10 humanitarian actions during the past 24 hours, with six of them being held in Aleppo, where residents received up to 1.8 tons of food aid. Three actions were also held in the province of Quneitra where 1 ton of food products was delivered. The largest one was held in the province of Lattakia where residents received 1.9 tons of packages, containing food and clothing. 

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