Syrian opposition to abide by ceasefire, take part in future talks, FSA says

By REUTERS
December 29, 2016 16:38

 
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ANKARA - The Syrian opposition will abide by a ceasefire deal guaranteed by Turkey and Russia and will take part in future talks, a spokesman for the Free Syrian Alliance (FSA) rebel group said on Thursday.

Osama Abu Zaid the ceasefire covered the whole of Turkey. He said the FSA rebel alliance had not met with anyone from the Syrian government during the latest ceasefire talks.

He spoke through a translator at a news conference in Ankara, the Turkish capital.

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