has released parts of Syria ceasefire deal documents in Russian
following the recent publishing of the papers by the US. Russia is
calling on Washington to release all the documents from the
a few days ago – following the information ‘leaks’ in the
Western media – the US State Department published on its website
parts of the documents, not bothering to agree with us the date of
the Russian Foreign Ministry website says.
our part, we publish the
the relevant agreements in Russian,” it
week, AP news agency published a
leaked document from the Russia-US brokered Syria ceasefire deal, one
of five such papers. An enlarged version that also included
documents dated earlier this year can
be viewed on
the US State Department website.
text in question represented part of the ceasefire agreement signed
between Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his US
counterpart, John Kerry, on September 9 in Geneva.
included details of the initial two-day ceasefire, which came into
effect on September 12. Key elements of the document described the
steps for humanitarian aid deliveries in Syria. The paper also
stressed the need for the US-backed rebels to swiftly separate
themselves from terrorist groups such as Al-Nusra.
to the statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry, Moscow has always
called on Washington to “immediately
publish every document after it was agreed on.”
urge Washington to agree to provide the public with the full
‘package’ [of documents], also to unveil the JIC [Joint
Information Center] mandate, where the Russian and US military
experts must work together to identify targets and coordinate combat
to the AP leak, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova
believe that the publishing of these documents will contribute
directly to their implementation and the way toward the Syrian