A special United Nations convoy arrived in the Syrian capital of Damascus two days ago in order to tour U.N. camps and present a proposal for a potential ceasefire in the volatile Aleppo Governorate. The contingency was presented to the Syrian President, Dr. Bashar Al-Assad, and to members of the Syrian Arab Army’s Central Command during the first scheduled meeting between the Syrian Government and the U.N. delegates. The Syrian President and members of the Central Command agreed to take this ceasefire plan under consideration; however, no information was revealed by the Syrian Government that would outline the details of the proposal.

Sources close to Al-Masdar News have revealed portions of the proposal presented to Dr. Bashar Al-Assad, including specific areas that would be affected by this contingency. The source stated the proposal outlined a deal involving the Islamic Front (Jabhat Al-Islamiyya) and the SAA to adhere to a ceasefire inside the city of Aleppo; specifically, in the Hanano, Bani Zaid, Salahaddeen, Al-Ramouseh, Handarat, Sheikh Sa’eed, and Al-Layramoun Districts. The only area that was not mentioned in the proposal was the YPG-controlled Sheikh Miskeen District; it is likely due to the lack of hostilities in this area.

Similar to the ceasefire agreement in the Old Homs Quarter, the SAA will allow for the militants to leave the city of Aleppo without any violent confrontation and to provide them transportation. The militants from the Islamic Front will be required to give-up their weapons before they are mass transported to areas on the Turkish border with Aleppo. Upon their absence from the city of Aleppo, the SAA will have to allow U.N. groups inside the war-torn areas, while the former is allowed to reestablish checkpoints inside the once militant-controlled districts in the city.

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The source stated that there has been no formal acceptance for this proposal by the Syrian Government or the militant groups, but there is a willingness to ease the violence in the former economic capital of Syria.

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Angela Kay Street
Angela Kay Street
2014-11-11 21:57

I am not sure why the compromised UN is still being given access to Syria..

Mrinalini Sen
Mrinalini Sen
2014-11-12 02:08

No this is not feasible, why UN trying to get freeway for the IS? Are not they terrorists? Why United Nations is pimping for terrorists to President Assad? Would you please ask them Mr. President? Not a single IS terrorist should be freed, all must be ANNIHILATED IMMEDIATELY OTHEWISE UN will export them to Iraq or someother places of ME to create destabilize that area. This IS is mercenary combat army of #JSIL#SAUDIQATAR AND #CIA. BOMB AND KILL THEM ALL. NO MERCY NO PERDON. Did IS show mercy to the Syrian, Iraqi, Lebanese, Hijbull Kurdish soldiers whom they captured? Hoards… Read more »

wtfrly.com
wtfrly.com
2014-11-12 10:34

Just another improvised plan to break up Syria and keep the endless warfare going. Be sure to thank your local representative of the United Emirates of Saudi Israelia

http://wtfrly.com/syria

Ziad Welds
Ziad Welds
2014-11-13 07:56

every time the army makes large strides and gains the assholes of the UN led by USRAHELL west manages to come up with some cease fire deal in order to give these freaks time to re group re organize and re arm,,Assad please stop falling for these western games only designed to prolong and delay victory,,roll over the last of these rats,NO DEAL

Stalingrad O'Neill
Stalingrad O'Neill
2014-11-14 13:29

Ever only when the west and its stooges are staring defeat in the face, do they cry for a parley. I’m sure Al Assad will do what is right and correct for Syria