Russia publishes details of US deals on Syria

Foreign Ministry in Moscow calls on US to release details of bilateral agreements on Syrian conflict

Russia publishes details of US deals on Syria

World Bulletin / News Desk

Russia’s Foreign Ministry made public on Tuesday details of deals between Moscow and Washington for a nationwide cease-fire in Syria.

In a statement, Moscow’s Foreign Ministry released some details of the agreements online and called on the U.S. to share all bilateral deals with the public.

The ministry released details of three U.S.-Russian agreements dated March 28, July 15 and Sept. 9 on the ceasefire in Syria, the fight against Daesh and other terrorist groups plus humanitarian aid operations.

Aleppo, Syria’s largest pre-war city, has been pummeled in a joint operation by Russian and Syrian regime forces since a seven-day truce failed to halt the violence and initiate nationwide aid deliveries to besieged areas.

At least 22 civilians were killed and another 39 injured on Tuesday when Russian warplanes struck Aleppo city’s opposition-held districts with vacuum bombs, according to a local civil defense source.

On Sunday, at least 85 people in Aleppo were killed and 178 others injured in Syrian and Russian airstrikes.

Last week, U.S. news agency Associated Press published some of the texts of the Syria cease-fire deal.

Tuesday’s statement added that Russia was expecting Washington to fulfill its commitment to separate terrorist groups and moderate opposition forces.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 28 Eylül 2016, 09:20