Syria’s opposition says will stick to truce despite violations

GENEVA – Syria’s opposition will stick to the cessation of hostilities despite at least 15 violations, a spokesman for the High Negotiating Committee (HNC) said on Sunday.

Salim al-Muslat said the HNC would complain to the United Nations and countries backing the peace process about alleged Russian air strikes around the city of Aleppo and attacks by Hezbollah in the town of Zabadani, without giving details. The opposition is waiting for answers about how the cessation of hostilities in Syria, which came into effect at midnight on Friday, is being monitored, he said.



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