المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

In conjunction with the absence of the Russian and Syrian air force for about 24 continuous hours, the regime forces shell “Putin – Erdogan” area with 380 ground strikes

Warplanes of the Russian “guarantor” and regime’s warplanes and helicopters have been absent from the skies for about 24 continuous hours, while the jihadi factions shelled positions of the regime forces in the northwestern countryside of Hama,  also the regime forces shelled who are positioned in checkpoints of Sahl al-Ghab bombed Kafr Aweed town in Jabal al-Zawiyah, and al-Ftirah and Sfuhen in Idlib countryside with high explosive missiles.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented today the killing of 5 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, while 2 members of the jihadi factions were killed, in addition to destroying military vehicles of the regime forces, during clashes in Kabani area in the northern countryside of Latakia, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights had monitored at noon of today violent clashes in Kabani area of Jabal al-Akrad in the northern countryside of Latakia.

Thus, the number of artillery shells and missiles which 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; to more than 380.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the outbreak of fierce clashes in Kabani area in Jabal Al-Akrad in the northern countryside of Latakia, between the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them on one hand, and the jihadi groups on the other, in an attempt by the regime forces to advance into the area, amid exchange of targeting and shelling.

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