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Russia resumes bombardment of Syria

As it was reported earlier, Syrian rebels failed to agree with Russia on peaceful settlement in the southwest of Syria
13:45, 5 July 2018

Reuters

The Russian aviation resumed bombardment of Syria with more than 600 air strikes in 15 hours. The bombardment started on Wednesday on July 4. Reuters claim with the reference to the Syrian Monitoring Service on Human Rights data.

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It is noted that after four days of reduced bombardment, the intense air strikes had resumed on Wednesday following the collapse of talks between insurgent groups and Russian officers.

Russia gave them an ultimatum, demanding their capitulation.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his allies are fighting to recapture the southwest, one of the last remaining rebel strongholds in Syria.

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As it was reported earlier, Syrian rebels claimed that they failed to agree with Russian in on the peaceful settlement in the southwest of Syria. The opposition declined demands of Moscow to surrender. They found the proposed option of the Russian Federation humiliating.

Russia wasn’t ready to consider their requirements.

Earlier, Russian negotiators proposed the rebels to accept the conditions. In particular, the rebels were proposed to move with their families to the opposition-controlled territories in the northwest of the country or to live under control of the Syrian government, reads the message.

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