White House National Security Adviser Herbert R. McMaster said that the US agreement on Russia indicated that the southwestern truce would take place at 12.00 local time today and that the conflict areas would be a priority for the United States and that this agreement would be a promising promise He said.
White House National Security Advisor Herbert R. McMaster assessed the US and Russian ceasefire agreement in Syria.
McMaster said that the agreement was between the United States, Jordan and Russia.
“After reaching this agreement with the governments of Russia and Jordan, President Donald Trump spoke with several leaders at the G-20 Summit, including President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Chancellor Merkel (German Chancellor). The United States is doing its best to defeat ISIS, to help end the crisis in Syria and to help people turn their homes. This agreement is an important step in terms of these common goals. ”
The agreement was announced during the G-20 Summit following a bilateral meeting between US President Donald Trump and German President Vladimir Putin in Hamburg, Germany.
Recently, the confrontation between the Free Syrian Army affiliates supported by DEAŞ in the south of Syria and the pro-Syrian regime groups was increasingly intensified.
When the pro-regime groups approaching the El Tanf camp where the US opponents trained were targeting three times, they dropped a Syrian plane in the region and an unidentified unmanned aerial vehicle to whom it belonged.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who was in the first meeting between Trump and Putin at the G20 Summit in Hamburg, said that the US and Russia had agreed to a ceasefire in the south-western part of Syria and that the settlement would take effect on 9 July at 12 am he said.