Regime forces shell Jarjanaz town with ground-to-ground missiles in conjunction with the continuation of violent clashes east of Idlib • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Regime forces shell Jarjanaz town with ground-to-ground missiles in conjunction with the continuation of violent clashes east of Idlib

The regime forces launched the high-explosive ground-to-ground missiles targeting Jarjanaz town and its surroundings in the southeastern countryside of Idlib, as Russian drones flew over the area, while the violent clashes continue in the abandoned battalion area east of Idlib.

While Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the renew of violent clashes, between Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham against the regime forces in the abandoned battalion area in the eastern countryside of Idlib, in a new advancement attempt carried out by the regime forces, coincided with intense ground shelling on the control positions.

In the same context, the factions targeted using guided missile a position of the regime forces in Abu Qamis village area in the eastern countryside of Idlib, which destroyed it with a medium machinegun.

The Syrian Observatory published this afternoon that it monitored rocket shelling carried out by the jihadi organization of “Ansar al-Tawhid”, on positions of the regime forces in Abu Al-Duhur, Al-Khafiyyah, Al-Sukariyyah, Tal Azzou, Al-Zahabiyah, Humaymat and Al-Baraghithi in the eastern countryside of Idlib.

Meanwhile, the regime forces are continuing their rocket shelling on contact areas in the southern, eastern and south-eastern countryside of Idlib.

SOHR published hours ago, that Russian warplanes carried out several raids targeting places in Jarjnaz and Um Al-Tinah village in the eastern countryside of Maarrat Al-Nu’man, without information about casualties, amid continued rocket shelling by the regime forces on different areas in both south-eastern and eastern countryside of Idlib.

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