An advance team of United Nations observers have visited Syria's central province of Homs to monitor a cease-fire brokered by UN-Arab league envoy, Kofi Annan.
"A team of international observers visited the province of Homs and met the governor," SANA reported on Saturday.
The observers met with the provincial governor and toured the Baba Amr neighborhood in the city of Homs.
The city of Homs, the provincial capital, has been the scene of heavy clashes between Syrian forces and armed groups earlier in the year.
The UN monitors have so far visited several other areas across the country including the southern province of Dara'a and some suburbs of the capital Damascus.
Calm has returned to most parts of Syria since the ceasefire was implemented on April 12, though there have been reports of sporadic clashes in some parts of the country with Damascus accusing armed groups of violating the truce by continuing attacks on government forces.
Meanwhile, 30 people arrested for alleged involvement in unrest have been released. Syrian authorities have released a total of 4,000 detainees since November.