AMMAN, Jordan,The Syrian government, has agreed to allow Syrian armed opposition factions, to leave areas they control in northern Homs and southern Hama, the official news agency reported, Tuesday.
The report said, the armed factions would be handing over heavy and medium-sized weapons, and ammunition, within two days.
All armed groups, who refused any settlement, it said, would leave towards Jarablus and Idleb, within three days.
The Syrian army will enter northern Homs and southern Hama, according to the agreement, while the armed groups hand over maps of tunnels and mines.
Meanwhile, the Iraqi government dismissed reports that Iraqi war planes launched raids inside the Syrian territories.
A government statement said, no Iraqi war planes launched any raids, since the air strikes that took place on Apr 19.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, claimed earlier that, Iraqi planes are carrying out raids on the Daesh, in north-eastern Syria.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK