Under the agreement, Syria would begin withdrawing tanks from troubled cities of fighting, to stop attacks on protesters and begin a dialogue with opposition leaders in maximum two weeks. President Bashar al-Assad accepted the plan more time but so far not put into practice.
And Friday, 12 people died in violence that took place in different parts of the country. Since the beginning of protests in March and so far it is assumed that over 3500 people died.
International powers in Syria warns that the situation looks increasingly more like a civil war. French Foreign Minister Alain Juppé warned opposition groups not to resort to armed insurrection. Fears were intensified after a group of military deserters now organized as the Syrian Army attacked a Free State institution killing more people.