UN Secretary-General supported achieved in Astana agreement on Syria

Antonio Guterres

UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres welcomed the agreement on the peaceful settlement in Syria and creating security zones, adopted in Astana. About it as transfers TASS, the statement of the official representative of the UN Secretary General Stefan Dujarric.

“It will be critical that this agreement has really improved the lives of Syrians. The Secretary-General welcomes the commitments to end the use of all weapons, especially aviation, as well as rapid, safe and unhindered humanitarian access,” reads the document.

Three countries-the guarantor — Russia, Turkey and Iran on Thursday, 4 may, signed a Memorandum on the establishment of four security zones in Syria.

The security zone will be established in the following regions: in the province of Idlib, in areas of Latakia, Aleppo and Hama; in the North of HOMS province; in Eastern ghouta, on the South of Syria — the provinces of Deraa and Quneitra. There will be prohibited the use of weapons. In addition, there will deliver humanitarian aid.