Military Media, Hezbollah’s media wing, said on Saturday that the “allies of Syria” will support any decision that the Damascus government makes.
Hezbollah have vowed to continue fighting Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and ISIS however.
Meanwhile, Iran has also stated its support for the ceasefire agreement in Aleppo.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran always welcomes a ceasefire in Syria and the facilitation of the access of all the country’s people to humanitarian aid,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Bahram Qassemi, said on Sunday.
ISIS and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham are exempt from the ceasefire deal.
“Taking into account the experience of the past few months, the ceasefire should be sustainable and have implementation guarantees and should not be exploited as an opportunity for the reinforcement and delivery of arms and militants to terrorist groups,” Qassemi added.
The Iranian official also called on the international community “to confront the Takfiri extremist terrorism seriously, resolutely, unconditionally and relentlessly.”
“As the Syrian government has reiterated … the maintenance and prevalence of the truce hinges on the establishment of a comprehensive monitoring mechanism, especially border controls to prevent the dispatch of fresh terrorists and shipment of weapons and other material resources for the terror groups,” he pointed out.