The Russian military on Thursday targeted Islamic State militants that were hiding out in the eastern Syrian province of Deir el-Zour.
The UN envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, said recently that he hopes that a new UN process for peace will open up in October.
Addressing reporters later, Ministry spokesman Maj.
The country has repeatedly fired salvos of such missiles, from both the sea and mainland Russia.
"Syrian Democratic Forces turned over to US forces an American citizen who surrendered to the SDF on or around September 12", US Marine Corps Major Adrian Rankine-Galloway told CNN, referring to the US-backed Kurdish led group fighting ISIS in Syria.
"They obliterated the terrorists' command centers, communications lines and ammunition depots to the east of the city up to 650 kilometers (more than 400 miles) away".
"UNFPA has already identified partners in Deir Ez-Zor and we are working with them to identify the priority needs of the population, focused on women and girls, to ensure we are able to swiftly provide the necessary assistance in the days to come", said Mr. Diana.
Military.com reported U.S. military officials have not disputed, nor have they elaborated, on reports an American is in the custody of the mostly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces.
In January 2016 "Газета.Ru" he wrote for the territorial division of Syria between the government and opposition groups as about the most probable scenarios for the end of the war.
Straddling the mighty Euphrates River, Daesh's control of the oil rich province is waning as Russian-backed Syrian regime forces and US-backed coalition forces move in.
Mr Aziz said they were about four miles away from the city's eastern entrance. The convoy of 11 buses carrying these IS troops was stopped in the Syrian desert by U.S. air strikes.
Government troops and their allies intensified an offensive Friday against Islamic State militants in central Syria, trying to consolidate their control on the area.
The members stressed the need to unite all sides that love peace and defend international law in order to fight terrorism and respect countries' sovereignty and peoples' right to self-determination.
Late Thursday, raids believed to be from the US-led coalition killed at least 24 civilians, among them 13 children, in areas in the eastern countryside of Deir al-Zour, the Observatory said.
Meanwhile, Hizbollah-affiliated media announced on Thursday that one of those prisoners, Ahmed Matouq, had arrived in Lebanon.
Khweis, to be sentenced next month, said he had traveled undetected from Fairfax County to join the Islamic State in Syria but at the time of his capture had deserted the militants and was trying to make his way home.