Syria's Enemies Blatantly Violate International Humanitarian Law...No One Condemn Daesh Crimes in Syria: al-Mikdad

 DAMASCUS, (ST)- Syria's enemies have blatantly violated the International Humanitarian Law by committing massacres against innocent Syrians including women and children and by destroying the country's infrastructure, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Faisal al-Mikdad has stressed, referring to the recent horrible massacres committed by Daesh terrorists against the locals of Aqareb village in Hama countryside, where the terrorists slaughtered dozens of people, including children and women.

Army eliminates ISIS terrorists, destroys their gatherings and fortifications in several areas

Provinces - Army units destroyed gatherings and fortifications of ISIS terrorists in Deir Ezzor city and the surrounding area.

An army unit on Sunday carried out a special operation against ISIS terrorists, destroying one of their barricades,  killing a number of terrorists and injuring others on the southern outskirts of the city, SANA reported.

Government Ready to Provide all Development Needs in Salamiyeh Area

HAMA– Upon the directives of President Bashar al-Assad, a governmental delegation headed by Prime Minister Imad Khamis began a work tour in Hama province.

During a meeting with popular, administrative, and party figures from Salamiyeh area on Saturday, Premier Khamis affirmed that the government ready to provide all development needs in Salamiyeh area in Hama province and improve its people’s conditions, stressing the need to provide the area’s needs as available resources allow, with emphasis on the most pressing priorities and locals’ needs, Sana Reported.

The attendees at the meeting posed some issues related to services including improving the state of drinking waters, providing medicine and medical equipment, supporting investment projects started by the Salamiyeh city council, and focusing on the issue of missing people and abductees, among other issues.

15 civilians martyred, 63 injured in ISIS terrorist attack with mortar shells

Deir Ezzor – 15 civilians were martyred while 63 others, most of whom are women and children, were injured in an ISIS terrorist attacks with mortar shells on Harabesh and al-Joura neighborhoods in Deir Ezzor city.

The ISIS terrorists, in the past 24 hours,  shelled with mortars the civilians’ houses in the neighborhoods of Harabesh and al-Joura in the city, causing the death of 15 civilians and the injury of 63 others, including women and children, not to mention the material damage to houses and public properties, SANA reported.

2672 People, including 1076 Gunmen Leave Barzeh within 3rd Phase of Settlement Agreement

DAMASCUS, (ST)- 2672 people  including 1076 gunmen have left Damascus' Barzeh neighborhood within the framework of implementing the 3rd phase of the settlement agreement reached there, Damascus Governor Bisher al-Sabban announced on Saturday.

Army units eliminate 14 ISIS terrorists in Deir Ezzor

Deir Ezzor – Army and Armed Forces units killed 14 terrorists from ISIS in concentrated strikes on the terror organization’s movements in Deir Ezzor province.

A military source said that army units operating in Deir Ezzor targeted wi9th precise and concentrated fire the bases and movements of ISIS terrorists in the surroundings of al-Maqaber (graveyards) area and the surroundings of Regiment 137, killing 14 terrorists and destroying a nest of mortar launchers and a vehicle equipped with a machinegun, SANA reported.

Al-Jaafri: Meeting of Experts Only Result of Sixth Round of Geneva Intra-Syrian Talks

GENEVA, (ST)- Head of the Syrian Arab Republic's Delegation to the Intra-Syrian Talks in Geneva Bashar al-Jaafari has underlined  that the only result of the sixth round of talks in Geneva was the meeting of experts.

In a press conference on Friday following his meeting with UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura, al-Jaafari said that "yesterday there was a meeting of our experts and those of the UN envoy, and this was the only result of this round of talks".

Al-Jaafari pointed out that the experts' meeting is a purely technical issue aiming to find common items between points relating to the constitutional process, provided in the paper on basic principles, and the political talks at the delegations level.

The Syrian diplomat said that the four-day talks didn't discuss any of the four baskets agreed on in previous meetings. They only topic tackled was the expert meeting.

The Geneva talks coincided with a new flagrant US aggression on Syrian army forces on al-Tanf road in the Syrian Badia and a horrible massacre by Daesh terrorists in Hama countryside which claimed the lives of dozens of innocent people.   

Al-Jaafari described yesterday's airstrike by the US-led coalition on Syrian army points as a new act of aggression and a massacre by the U.S..