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Al-Moallem : Syrian Government supports de-escalation zones memorandum due to its keenness on stopping the bloodshed, improving living conditions of the Syrians
Al-Moallem : Syrian Government supports de-escalation zones memorandum due to its keenness on stopping the bloodshed, improving living conditions of the Syrians
Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem stressed that the Syrian government supports the memorandum on the creation of four de-escalation zones in Syria which was signed at the end of the fourth round of Astana talks on Syria.

“You followed up what was achieved at Astana 4, particularly with regard to signing a memorandum on establishing four de-escalation zones in Syria,” al-Moallem said in a press conference on Monday.

Al-Moallem added” The Syrian Government supported what came in the memorandum based on its keenness on stopping the bloodshed and to improve the living conditions of the Syrian population and in the hope that all armed parties will be committed to the provisions of the memorandum. But if any violation takes place, the Syrian army will be prepared to respond in a decisive manner.”

He went on saying “Of course, we look forward that this memorandum will achieve its intentions which are basically separating the armed groups which signed the agreement of the cessation of hostilities on 30/12/2016 from Jabhat al-Nusra and the ISIS and the other groups affiliated to them.”

“Today, a reconciliation started in Barzeh and al-Qaboun and talks are under way in order to evacuate al-Yarmouk Camp from gunmen, and I think that the Syrian people have felt the importance and the effectiveness of these reconciliations,” al-Moallem added.

“We, thanks to the resilience of our people and the heroism of our army, are keen on preserving our national unity and Syria’s territorial integrity and sovereignty, and we are exerting all possible efforts to prevent the foreign interference in its affairs,” al-Moallem said.

Al-Moallem asserted that “There will not be international forces under the supervision of the UN and the Russian guarantor clarified that military police forces will be deployed, in addition to monitoring centers.”
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