The headquarters of the government of the Syrian army urged the residents of the North-Eastern Aleppo to return to their homes. About it reports Reuters with reference to the statement of the Syrian army.
It says that the government has already begun restoration of the destroyed infrastructure of the city. The Governor of the province of Aleppo Hussein Diab stated that all city services are working around the clock.
The Agency notes that in the last two days, “hundreds of families” returned to their homes. The Syrian army managed to regain control on several areas of the North-Eastern part of Aleppo.
Before Reuters referring to the Syrian Observatory for human rights, based in London, said that the troops of President Bashar al-Assad recaptured the rebel 60% of the territory in the Eastern part of Aleppo. The Agency said that government forces backed by the allies as a whole have made significant progress in the last week.
Last week, the Russian defense Ministry reported about “radical change” in Aleppo. According to the official representative of the Ministry Igor Konashenkov, did it, “thanks to a very prepared and careful actions of the Syrian military.” He assured that the army was able to release more than 80 thousand Syrians.
Earlier, on December 3, Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov said that the proposals of U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry to resolve the situation in Aleppo largely coincide with the approaches of Moscow to the decision of this question. On Friday, December 2, politicians held talks in Rome. During the meeting, the Ministers “discussed efforts to promote discussions on the ceasefire, delivery of humanitarian assistance and the prospects for a political transition.”
Last week a journalist of The Washington Post Josh Rogin, citing four sources in the administration column talked about the U.S. attempts to negotiate with Russia about the end of the siege of Aleppo before the inauguration of Donald trump. A senior official in the administration of the President of the United States in conversation with Regina suggested that Russia needs 60 days to take Aleppo under full control.