Syrian militant groups threaten to pull out of peace talks

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Tuesday, 03 January 2017

Syrian militant groups have threatened to freeze negotiations over their participation in the upcoming peace talks in Kazakhstan over claims of violation of a nationwide ceasefire.

The announcement was made via a statement released on Monday that warned further advances made by Syrian government forces would also end the ceasefire currently being upheld in the country.

There are also reports that some of the militant groups have fully halted talks over their participation in the Kazakhstan negotiations.

The nationwide ceasefire deal between militants and the Syrian government, backed by Russia and Turkey, came into force on Friday. Daesh and the Jabhat Fateh al-Sham are not part of the truce. Since the truce came in to force, there have been multiple claims of its violation by all participating parties.

The upcoming peace talks, mediated by Russia, Turkey, and Iran, are to be held in the Kazakh capital, Astana. The three countries successfully implemented a similar accord earlier in December following the defeat of militants in the northwestern Syrian city of Aleppo.

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