Syrian opposition has yet to decide whether to commit to ceasefire

By REUTERS
February 24, 2016 12:00

 
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BEIRUT - The Syrian opposition has yet to decide whether it will commit to a US-Russian plan to stop fighting in Syria on Saturday, chief opposition negotiator Mohamad Alloush told Orient News on Wednesday.

Alloush said the opposition High Negotiations Committee, which he is a member of, would give the final answer.

Alloush heads the political office of the Jaish al-Islam rebel group, one of the biggest insurgent factions.


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