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Six law enforcement members, including a first lieutenant, were martyred today and 11 others were injured in an explosive device blast in the town of al-Mastoumeh in the countryside of Idleb province.
The explosive device was planted on al-Mastoumeh-Idleb road and detonated by an armed terrorist group targeting the law enforcement personnel.
Meanwhile in Daraa province, the policeman Youssef Qasqas was martyred by the gunfire of a sniper in front of the Customs’ old building in the city of Daraa.
Russia Today – Truce hurts: Militants, West ‘want Assad discredited’
Moscow has accused the Syrian armed opposition of inflaming the conflict to “bury” the peace plan by UN special envoy Kofi Annan and breach the truce. Experts say militants are trying to stir up the conflict to discredit Assad’s regime.
International media reveal more and more evidence of the armed Free Syrian Army groups organizing provocations to break the ceasefire, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated on Wednesday.
Lavrov also said there are reports the Free Syrian Army is using refugee camps in Turkey as safe havens to plan their assaults on government troops.
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Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem said in Beijing that UN observers should come from “neutral” countries such as Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
On the remarks of the UN envoy that 250 observers is not enough and there is a need to use planes and helicopters, Foreign Minister said ”we believe that 250 observers is a reasonable number, but we don’t know why they want to use planes… nevertheless, if there is a need for this purpose, Syria will be ready to put its air force at the UN disposal because helicopters are used to evacuate the wounded… we have equipment at the air force capable to assume this mission.”