terça-feira, 29 de dezembro de 2015

Syria: Begins after rebels transfer agreement under the aegis of the U.N.

The Group had left the town of Zabadani, Southwestern Syria, where they were surrounded by Government forces.

Follow now on a flight to Turkey, as part of an agreement between the Syrian Government of Bashar al-Assad and the rebels, under the auspices of the United Nations and with the support of the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Lebanese Red Cross.

Convoy heading now from Syrian-Lebanese borders to Rafic Al Hariri airport pic.twitter.com/Bhm444ffvK

The purpose of the agreement, reached in September, is to allow thousands of rebels and civilians can leave safely, conflict zones in Syria.

The agreement also enabled a group with about 300 Syrian Shia leave of localities of Kefraya y Fuaa, Idlib province, in the North of the country, gaining refuge in Turkey.

The Group should then proceed to the Syrian territory areas controlled by the Government of al-Assad.

The francophone Lebanese daily L'orient-Le Jour published in its digital edition, photos donates operation. Among the rebels who came to Beirut, there were multiple injuries.

In addition to the support of the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Lebanese Red Cross, the operation also has the support of the Syrian Red Crescent, is seen as a first step for the beginning of negotiations with a view to a ceasefire between the Government of Bashar al-Assad and the different rebel groups in conflict.

The UN mediator for the talks, Staffan de Mistura, says expect government and Syrian rebels may be day 25 January in Geneva, Switzerland, to initiate peace talks. Mix welcomed the who considers to be "a successful first operation" and said that the United Nations goal is to achieve a global ceasefire ".

Steffan de Mistura, Italian diplomat with experience in the Middle East, was appointed as United Nations Special Envoy to Syria in 2014.

The civil war Syria lasted for five years and caused about of 250 1000 dead and thousands of refugees in that Arab country.

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