The Syrian people are returning to peaceful life only due to the success of the government army and pilots of the Russian space forces, striking at terrorists, said Sheikh Ahmed Mubarak, bringing together more than 30 settlements in the province of Hama as part of the process of national reconciliation.
“Life is in full swing, people live well. This prosperity was only possible thanks to our troops and Russian pilots who greatly helped us with their attacks on the terrorists”, – quotes its words of RIA “news”.
He added that in spite of difficulties, the main desire and the aspiration of the Syrian people remains the establishment of peace. In confirmation of the words of the Sheikh invited the journalists to attend the class in the local school, medical center, where children for the first time in a long time began to be vaccinated against polio, as well as observe the work of local farmers.
In the village Marzah previously held the Council of elders in which Sheikh Ahmed Mubarak under the mediation of Russian officers of the coordination centre for reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria signed with the local authorities once an agreement on the annexation of settlements to the peace process.
Before it became known that the process of reconciliation in Syria have United more than 30 settlements in the Syrian province of Hama.
On 1 March it was reported that the request for abandonment of the armed struggle during the day signed 842 member groups “Jaish al-Islam”, “free Syrian army”, “Brigade of al-Yarmouk”. In particular, with the mediation of representatives from Russia took place the meeting of the leaders of the province Dara’a with the residents of settlements Atba, es-Saman, Mesme, Nava, side and Note, which was attended by more than 1 million people.
Recall that all 15 member countries of the UN security Council endorsed the Russia and the United States a resolution in support of a ceasefire in Syria, which started on 27 February at 00: 00 Damascus time (01.00 GMT). The inter-Syrian negotiations scheduled to resume on 7 March.