Today Syria signed an agreement on Arab League countries initiative, said country's FM Valed Al-Muallem on Monday, Al Jazeera reported.
Al-Muallem also noted that the "roadmap" includes some differences with accordance to presence of Arab League Countries' watchmen in Syria.
Earlier it was reported that Syria will sign an Arab peace initiative on Monday to admit foreign monitors, a Syrian diplomat was quoted as saying by Egypt's state news agency.
The initiative calls for withdrawing the army from towns, freeing thousands of political prisoners, starting dialogue with the opposition and letting monitors into the country.
The Arab League has suspended Syria's membership and announced sanctions over Assad's refusal so far to sign the deal. Arab ministers are set to meet later this week and could decide to submit their plan to the U.N. Security Council, making it a potential basis for wider international action.
Armed resistance has emerged in the last two months in Syria, alongside a peaceful protest movement that began in March inspired by uprisings across the Arab world. Loyalist forces, including a pro-Assad militia, have reportedly taken scores of casualties from insurgents in the last few weeks, especially in the northwestern province of Idlib near Turkey and in the central region of Homs.