A ceasefire signed by leaders from Hayy'at Tahrir al-Sham and Jabhat Tahrir al-Suriya comes into effect, despite months of fighting
Both Jabhat Tahrir Syria (JTS) and Soqour al-Sham on one hand and Hay’at Tahrir sl-Sham (HTS) on the othe have reached a final halt to the 2-monthes -ago ongoing confrontations against others.
Sources said to Syria Call “Neda Syria” that the agreement came after meetings over the past 48 hours and ended shortly with the signing of a final agreement that includes “ending the fighting immediately after the signing and publication of the items, stopping the arrests between the parties, opening roads, removing the checkpoints and releasing the detainees according to a determined timetable, and stop mutual harassment with the formation of a mediation committee to follow up the implementation.
The agreement provided for consultative meetings to reach solutions to the Syrian north at the military, political and judicial levels, without referring to the process of withdrawal from the current areas of control, so as to maintain its current status while allowing HTS to place one military point in the area of Mount Sheikh Barakat.
The confrontations between the two sides lasted for nearly 65 days, killing 231 members of Jabhat Tahrir Syria and Soqour al-Sham, and 764 of Tahrir al-Sham and hundreds of wounded.