Kerry: Syrian peace talks in Geneva will start on time
The American minister of foreign affairs John Kerry said that the Syrian peace talks should begin as scheduled on Monday.
Kerry revealed, who was speaking at the end of his visit to Saudi Arabia, that the last stop shooting, which began on February 27, apparently cohesive, and the level of violence has dropped to about 90 per cent.
He added that officials from the United States and Russia will meet in the Jordanian capital, Amman, and in Geneva to examine the complaints of the Syrian opposition.
At the field level, the US troops stationed in Jordan launched a rocket attack with artillery, the first of its kind, on the goals of "isis" organization in Syria.