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DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2: 15 P.M.) – Russia proposed the creation of four zones in Syria as part of a wider plan to de-escalate the tension in the war-torn country.

The proposed zones will have safety lines along them and monitoring centers in order to avoid direct fire among the warring parties, as well as granting safe access to unarmed civilians and aid convoys.

The Russian proposal also involves the possibility of the three guarantor states (Russia, Iran and Turley) to form a working group and send troops in order to enhance the application of the proposal.

The three states have brokered a ceasefire in the northern city of Aleppo last year which led to conclude a deal whereby rebels surrendered their districts to the Syrian Army and left to Idlib.

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SYRIA MUST NOT BE DIVIDED

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Has Russian did not learn that Turkey can’t be trusted. If I can recall correctly Turkey already backstub Russia twice and Russia still asking for more

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Now, if you look a little, Erdolf is more and more publicly exposed as being a big league MOFO… He’s on a slipping slope and he’s playing with fire. Remember that those Zeus wants to doom, he makes them insane first and psychiatric hospitals are filled with loonies believing they’re God or Napoleon or what else…
The most amusing thing would be him ending to the loonies’ home… He clearly deserves his strait jacket and there may still be some nice Siberian mental health facility from the Soviet era still in activity 😉

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So subtly and little by little began the partition of Syria under the pretext to ” de-escalate tension for the benefit of peace. ” How difficult it is to understand that the future of Syria and of any country depends on his ability to maintain its territorial integrity as a single nation, united under the same legitimate authority elected or not. Libya is the maximum expression of what will happen in Syria if it is divided into several parts. What is going wrong with you Russia? You begin to sound like your enemy specialists in ruining and colonizing of goods… Read more »

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The devil is in the details. It could be a way of splitting up enclaves into peaceful parts and aggressor parts with more exchanges, increasing the amount of territory held by those supporting a peaceful political process and reducing that held by terrorists. All but the most hardcore religious nutjob fanatics must see the writing is in the wall, and peace is a way out.

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Erdogan no debe formar parte

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The idea sounds superb.Though having more turkeys troops in Syria is worrying.They will end up helping their terrorist seize more territory from Syrian army like they did in Deir Hafer

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That means zones of occupation. A bad thing as such. But realistically speaking, it may be the only way to one day end the war.