The regime forces renew their shelling on Sahl Al-Ghab and places west of Idlib city within "Putin – Erdogan" area • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime forces renew their shelling on Sahl Al-Ghab and places west of Idlib city within “Putin – Erdogan” area

The regime forces shelled by artillery the villages and towns of Al-Zaqum, Al-Duqmaq and Zayzun in Sahl Al-Ghab in the north-western countryside of Hama, and the towns of Bdama, Al-Najiyeh and Al-Ghassaniyyeh in Jisr Al-Shughur countryside west of Idlib, which caused material damage and resulted in the injury of a woman while being in the vicinity of Al-Ghassaniyyeh town, and in the same context, the SOHR monitored shelling by the regime forces that targeted the area of Kabani and areas surrounding the northern countryside of Latakia, while the regime forces renewed the artillery and rocket shelling on the vicinity of Za’eniya and Ghassaniya towns, and the vicinity of Janudiyyeh village and al-Nahr al-Abyad area in Jisr al-Shughur countryside in the western sector of Idlib, while Kafr Nubl town was under shelling rocketing but any information about casualties

And in the same context, the “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights” documented the death of a girl and the injury of other people in rocket shelling carried out by the regime forces Sunday morning, on al-Z’einiyyeh village in Jisr al-Shughur countryside west of Idlib, the regime forces also launched heavy artillery shells on places in Bekserya village, the vicinity of Ghassaniya, the roads leading to the coast, Kafr Owaid in Jabal-Zawiyah, Sheikh Mustafa, Kafrsajna, Ma’aret Hurmah, and Hass in the southern countryside of Idlib, but no information about casualties, and in the same context, the regime forces continue to practice media propaganda about opening the Abu al-Duhur crossing east of Idlib for the 24th consecutive day, as people of Idlib area are boycotting the crossing, where the entry of citizens has not been documented so far.

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