المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More than 20 Russian raids targets Idlib Province since morning, and the regime forces continue their attacks in Latakia Mountains for the sixth day in a row

The regime forces and militiamen loyal to them continue their attempts to advance in Kabani area in the northern countryside of Latakia for the sixth day in a row, where violent clashes renewed against the jihadi groups in the area amid heavy exchange pf artillery shelling, while Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham was able to damage 2 tanks of the regime this morning while they were trying to get advance in the area, and in the same context, the Turkistan Islamic Party shelled Jurin area in Sahl al-Ghab which is controlled by the regime forces, while the regime forces were launched artillery shells on al-Zaqqum, al-Ziyara, Tal Wasit, al-Sermaniyyeh, and al-Hamidiyyeh in Sahl al-Ghab at the northwestern countryside of Hama, while the Russian airstrikes on Idlib province continued since the morning and rose to 21 targeting Maarrat al-Nu’man, Kafr Nubl, Ma’aret Hurmah, al-Naqir, Om al-Sir, al-Faqih, Jabbala, Sheikh Mustafa, and Karsa’a in the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib.

The Syrian Observatory published this morning that “Putin – Erdogan” area has been witnessing the stop of airstrikes for more than 12 hours, while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored clashes in places at the abandoned battalion area and Abu al-Duhur area in the eastern countryside of Idlib after midnight of yesterday, between the regime forces and the militiamen loyal to them against the factions and Jihadi organizations accompanied by exchange of shelling and targeting, while the Islamic factions shelled positions of the regime forces in al-Rasif town in the western countryside of Hama, also the regime forces shelled areas in Hawijah and al-Hawash in Sahl al-Ghab, and Jub Suleiman in Jabal Shashabo, but no information about casualties.

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