The Syrian government and People’s Protection Units (YPG) have agreed to an open-ended truce that will end the violence inside the city of Qamishli.

As part of the open-ended truce, both sides will have to release the prisoners taken and withdraw from the new areas they captured during this brief conflict.

Initially, the Kurdish leadership was reluctant to make peace with the government forces in Qamishli; however, after several hours of negotiation, both sides agreed to terms.

This recent conflict in Qamishli marks the bloodiest series of clashes to take place inside the city since the inception of this war.

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prince teutonic

Finally these idiots came to senses… Erdogun must be disappointed though…

Kopfz
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Kopfz

About time.

Bigger fish to fry. Worry about dividing up Syria after the war is won. 🙂

Mhamad Ali serhan
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@khalilhojeij

mikhas
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Why are these table cloth & curtain-clad Kurds so counter-productively stupid as to declare a “Rojava” while Mullah Erdogan & isis are still shooting at them? And why attack their allies against these freaks?

Are they insane?

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@Syria_Protector the only alternative is to fight it out…and neither side has the numbers or supply & no ones pride is hurt

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Redbaron9495

Kurds can’t be trusted….plus the Americans are using them as their tool to bring down Assad.

abuslaimen
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abuslaimen

that’s it better behave

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Jc Plancarte

The Kurds were gunning for the airport. Maybe the US needed that airfield to conduct airstrikes inside Syria. The Kurds should know that they stand a better chance siding with Syria and Russia, than with USA. The US will dump the Kurds when they are no longer needed. Who is going to jelp them then, when the Turks and their mercenaries try o wipe them out?

Ash Sert
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Ash Sert

The Russians corrupt all. Why has the #YPG abandoned the victory? Rojava can never survive with the regime in the heart.

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That’s Syrian land you’re talking about fool.