المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Cautious calm in “Putin-Erdogan” de-escalation zone, Clashes and sniper operations resulting in casualties of regime forces in Sahl al-Ghab

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights observed that two members of the regime forces were wounded by the gunfire of the Islamic factions on the Huwaiz axis in Sahel al-Ghab, during sniper operations and mutual clashes. Cautious calm is spreading throughout the de-escalation zone.

“32 raids were carried out by Russian warplanes, from after midnight to the moment, on areas in the vicinity of Kafranbel, Rami, Kafarsijnah, Haas, Maarat al-Nu’man, Maharramah, Musharrafah, Mardikh, the southern outskirts of Saraqib, the vicinity of Kafranbel, Dar al-Kabira, Kafarshalaya, Hazarin and Sheikh Salman area in Idlib’s countryside, the outskirts of Darat Azza and the 111th Regiment in Aleppo’s western countryside, and Kebaneh axis in Jamal al-Akrad in Lattakia northern countryside,” according to the SOHR sources.

Regime warplanes carried out 16 raids this afternoon on areas in Jisr al-Shughour city, al-Zainiyya village, Damaa countryside, west of Idlib, and Kebaneh axis in Jabal al-Akrad north of Lattakia.

Regime’s helicopters dropped eight barrel bombs on the kebaneh axis, while ground forces shelled towns in the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib, southern countryside of Aleppo, northern countryside of Lattakia and Hama. That way, the number of shells and deckers fires today increased to 200.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented more casualties due to Russian airstrikes on the ​​“de-escalation” zone, where two fighters were killed in an air strikes by Russian warplanes on the village of Dar Al-Kabira in Jabal Al-Zawiya south of Idlib city. The Syrian Observatory also documented the death of 3 civilians, a woman, her child and another woman, due to air strikes carried out by Russian warplanes after midnight on Thursday-Friday on places in the village of Rami, Jabal al-Zawiya.

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