DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:20 P.M.) – A new crossing point linking government and rebel-controlled areas in northern Hama countryside is now available for both trade and civilians.

Hama-Morek highway has been officially opened today following extended talks between the Syrian government and rebel factions, aimed primarily at facilitating the trade between the two warring parties.

This comes after al-Qaeda-kinked Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham captured Abu Dali; an important village which also served as a crossing point and a trading hub.

Following the re-opening of the road, tens of trucks loaded with goods were seen crossing Hama- Khan Shiekhoun-Morek highway from and to government-held areas.

As per the new agreement, civilians are now capable of visiting their relatives in the other side of battleground northern countryside of Hama.

Zen Adra | AMN
Zen Adra | AMN
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The war in syria is the most stupid war strutegy in human history.
While bessieged area in Fueh means even hard to support pro government forces from air in east ghuteh mass transport of weapons and food and fuel are going for years in besseged east ghuteh in daily bases

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