USA: "All major Syrian opposition groups join ceasefire"
During a briefing, a spokesman for the US State Department announced that “all major groups of the Syrian opposition, without exception, have decided to support the ceasefire agreement.” A statement of the following nature was made (quotation TASS):
If one or another group of the armed opposition initiates attacks, then it will itself deduce itself from the cessation of hostilities.
But it remains to be wondered whether the United States will take "stick" measures against such groups that will not be able to keep themselves within the framework of the truce achieved for a long time?
From the statement of the representatives of the US Foreign Office:
At the moment, all armed groups in Syria must abide by the armistice agreements. We informed the Russians that all large groups of the Syrian opposition had made such commitments.
From this it follows that the IG and renamed itself “Dzhebhat al-Nusra” (banned in the Russian Federation) remain outside the cease-fire, in relation to which, according to the logic of things, joint full-scale military operations should begin. However, such concepts as “according to the logic of things” and “according to the logic of the USA” do not always coincide with each other.
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