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Ali Haidar: the peace process in Syria gains momentum

Yesterday, Syria’s National Reconciliation Minister Ali Haidar told journalists about the rapidly advancing reconciliation process in the country.

“Since 2012, we’ve acquired quite an amount of experience of reconciliation. We can name dozens of successful operations, hundreds are being worked on and are to be completed soon. In 2017, a vast number of new regions we are having dialogs with will join the ceasefire,” the minister said.

Besides, Haidar stressed that most Syrians seek a nationwide ceasefire. According to him, the reconciliation process in the central and western regions, Hama and Homs cities, should be noticed. At this moment, the negotiations there are about to end soon.

To be mentioned is that now, the ministry pays special attention to the reconciliation in Wadi Barada valley on the outskirts of Damascus where Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorists disrupted water infrastructure. Haidar said that, unfortunately, terrorists refused to cease fire and let engineers repair water pumps at the station.

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