geneva - The latest civilizations in Syria of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group were likely to fall in late October. That said Staffan de Mistura, the UN Envoy for Syria, against the BBC. Then, according to De Mistura, preparations can be made for 'credible' elections.
The UN Envoy believes that it should be possible to hold a fair ballot box one year after the fall of the last IS ballads. He believes that the government of President Bashar al-Assad must make a 'gesture' to the Syrian population and have all its own interests. The Mistura warns that in the absence of elections, IS will soon be overwhelming.
The three places that still last are Raqqa, Deir al-Zor and Idlib. The Mistura expects to liberate the Americans and the US-supported Syrian Democratic Armed Forces Raqqa, and that the Syrian army takes support of Moscow Deir al-Zor. In Idlib, warriors of IS are defeated by Fateh al-Sham, the former Al-Nusra Front.