Military action, including airstrikes conducted by Syria, Russia and the US-led coalition will continue against Daesh, al-Nusra Front, as well as other UN-designated terrorist groups.
“Daesh and al-Nusra Front are recognized by the international community as terrorist organizations, therefore we cannot allow them to observe the ceasefire in Syria,” Haddad told journalists when asked if the positions of these two terrorist organizations would be bombed if they joined the ceasefire.
The Syrian government is ready to take part in the negotiations with the country's opposition as soon as UN-brokered Syrian peace talks resume, Haddad said.
"The government is ready to participate in any intra-Syrian dialogue… There are two separate tracks here. The first one is a continuation of the fight against terrorism, and the second one is the search for a political solution to the issue. We will work on both tracks," Haddad told reporters.