The ceasefire in Syria remains a question mark. The Armistice declared by the United Nations Security Council two days ago requires a strong commitment of the disputants to carry it out. From the area of Ghouta which is the battleground of the two disputing parties, the were news of some ceasefire violations. Information from humanitarian activists said there had been an air raid allegedly committed by the Syrian government.
The reported air strike took place 30 minutes after the start of the ceasefire, allegedly killing two civilians. Before the ceasefire was declared by the UN Security Council, Syrian fighter planes had bombarded Ghouta area which was the defense base of the rebels. The UN Security Council therefore unanimously approved a resolution calling for a 30-day ceasefire in Syria.
This is to provide opportunities for the delivery of humanitarian aid and the evacuation of civilians. Some circles have doubted the implementation of the resolution set by all members of the Security Council because they do not feel included in the talks. It turned out less than half an hour after the ceasefire was set, air strikes once again took place. Therefore, it is still can not be predicted when the war in Syria will end. The various interests and powers of outsiders, tangled with domestic feuds, have made the Syrian war so complicated and difficult to resolve.