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The UN Supervision Mission (UNSMIS) in Syria said it will resume its work once conditions allow observers to go on patrols.
The UN Supervision Mission (UNSMIS) in Syria said on Wednesday it will resume its work once conditions allow observers to go on patrols.
"We are reviewing this on a daily basis and immediately the conditions on the ground allow the implementation of our mandated tasks we will resume the mandated tasks, and it has been reviewed on a daily basis," said UNSMIS chief, Robert Mood.
Mood's statement came after a meeting with a Syrian government working group led by Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Miqdad.
The UN Supervision Mission continues to hold humanitarian visits to hospitals in Damascus, despite the suspension of its activities and patrols.
Increasing violence in Syria's hotspots forced it to suspend activities more than two weeks ago.
A group of observers visited Mwasa hospital in Damascus on Wednesday (July 4), where they met with the hospital manager and doctors.