Relative calm prevails “Putin – Erdogan” area amid continued absence of the regime and Russian warplanes from the area’s airspace

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored continued cautious calm prevailing the “de-escalation” zone, where the regime and Russian warplanes have been still absent from the area’s airspace, while the ground shelling is limited to exchange of targeting between the regime forces and the factions in the frontlines in the south-eastern countryside of Idlib.

SOHR monitored yesterday, rocket shelling carried out by the regime forces with more than 380 rocket shells that targeted al-Hawash, Hawijah, and Jesr Beit al-Ras in Sahl al-Ghab in the northwestern countryside of Hama, and areas of Latakia countryside, and Kafrsajna, Tawil al-Tah, Ma’aret Hurmah, Om Jalal, al-Serj, Tal al-Shih, al-Halba, Abu Habba, Maarzita, the abandoned battalion, and al-Ghassaniya in the southern, eastern, and western countryside of Idlib.

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