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ISIS update 1/14/2017..Syrian army repels ISIS attack in Deir Ez-Zour

Saturday, January 14, 2017 12:58
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Syrian army repels IS Jihadists attack on SAA-held positions in Deir Ez-Zour city

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Syrian, Russian Officials Hold Intensive Meetings with Kurds to Narrow Down Differences

Kurdish sources disclosed on Saturday that a set of intensive meetings have been held between the Kurdish commanders with the representatives of Syrian government and Russian officials to boost mutual understanding between Damascus and Syrian Kurds.

The sources said that the meetings had been held in Damascus and Lattakia between the Russian officials, Syrian representatives and Kurdish commanders to explore new ways for further negotiations between the Kurds and Damascus government and meantime presenting new ideas to solve the problems of the Kurdish community.

The sources valued the meetings as positive and voiced optimism about the conclusion of an agreement between the Kurds and Damascus officials.

Informed sources disclosed last week that Moscow was determined to exhaust all diplomatic channels to pave the ground for closer ties and reciprocal understating between Syrian Kurds and Damascus government.

In line with materializing the objectives of a recent meeting between Kurdish officials and the Russians, a delegation form the Kurdish parties was about to take part in negotiations with representative of the Syrian government in Humeimim airbase in Lattakia province, said the sources.

Reports also said that although the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) limited advances in Raqqa operation, they insisted on establishing a federalism system.

Advisor to Co-Chairman of the Kurdish Democratic Union Sihanuk Dibo told the Arabic language al-Akhbar that the meeting between Kurdish official and Damascus representatives would be a giant stride towards narrowing gaps and differences between the two sides to resolve the Syrian crisis.

“They (Kurds) are still insisting on establishing a Democratic Federal System in the Republic of Syria to end crisis in the country,” Dibo pointed out.

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