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MOSCOW, October 1. /TASS/. Reconciliation agreements have been signed over the last 24 hours with representatives of five settlements in Syria, including three in the Latakia province and two in the Homs province, the Russian Center for reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria said in an informational bulletin published on the Russian Defense Ministry’s website on Sunday.
"The number of settlements that joined the reconciliation process has increased to 694," the center said. "Talks on joining the regime of cessation of hostilities continue with field commanders of illegal armed groups in the settlement of Muaddamyet al-Shih in the Damascus province and of units of armed opposition in the provinces of Homs, Aleppo and Quneitra. The number of illegal armed groups that declared their adherence to joining and implementing the conditions of cessation of hostilities, has not changed - 69," the bulletin added.
The center also noted that residents of the Muhafaza district in Aleppo were provided with 2.24 tonnes of food - sugar, flour, rice, tea, canned meat and fish. Another humanitarian cargo was delivered to the Russian center’s warehouse in the settlement of Al-Nayrab - two tonnes in total of sugar, flour, rice, tea, canned meat and fish.
"Outlets for providing hot food and necessities continue to work for residents that are leaving districts of Aleppo controlled by illegal armed groups," the bulletin noted.