Syrian government officials reportedly met with YPG and Asayish leaderships in the Russian Hmeimim Base to negotiate a lasting ceasefire under Russian supervision.

Three main points were agreed upon:

  1. The security box in Hasakah is to remain under the control of the local police force while Brigades 121 and 123 in Kawkab region in eastern Hasakah are to be under the control of the Syrian Army.
  2. Asayish units are to withdraw to their previous points of control.
  3. Police stations to be given back to police officeers and interior ministry forces to be given the role of protecting governmental institutions including the prisons and immigration/passport offices.
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Tom Doyle
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Tom Doyle

ceasefire is a good thing if peace between the people can be reached

Mike Jamal
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They will have none of it, they will be back killing behind our backs like they always do. They make all their money from killing each other.

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JoyMadrugada R

Hope that US behind the scene incident stops now . Is not the time SAA and Kurds to solve their issues

Daeshbags Sux
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Hope the truce will last! It’s simply TOO EARLY to discuss about Rojava independence! Better end the mudjahideen problem first and have it things settled by negociation between Rojava and Syria after. EU and Russia CLEARLY back the kurd solution of either a fedaral state with an autonomous Rojava or independance. The 1st solution would leave Syria within its borders and end in a peaceful solution. Syria is near broke and can’t afford retaking Rojava by force as Russia won’t help them to go on warring further than finishing the mudjahideen, if Assad lets the Ba’ath hardliners have their way… Read more »

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Now Ba’athists see that Qaedans and Da’ish are more and more into an unsustainable situation so they consider they have to do scores against the kurds in order to not lose lands before negotiations open… But Turkey’s a great problem too…

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(facepalm)

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It’s beginning to look like another false ceasefire. US proxy army wins, question is what happens to Qamishli