As cautious calm continues in “Putin – Erdogan” area, the regime forces launch ground-to-ground missiles on villages at Idlib countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

As cautious calm continues in “Putin – Erdogan” area, the regime forces launch ground-to-ground missiles on villages at Idlib countryside

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored shelling with high-explosive ground-to-ground missiles, targeted the towns of al-Tah and Tahtaya in Idlib countryside, also the heavy artillery shelled Rakaya Sajna town and Jarjanaz in Idlib countryside, and al-Ziyara village and Jesr Beit al-Ras in the northwestern countryside of Hama, but no information about casualties so far, the Syrian Observatory also monitored hours ago that the regime forces shelled using heavy artillery the villages of Om Jalal, al-Raffa, Tal al-Shih, al-Halba, Sajna and Sheikh Mustafa in the southeastern countryside of Idlib, while Russian warplanes and regime’s warplanes have been absent from the sky since the morning of the 12th of December 2019.

 

The Syrian Observatory monitored that the regime forces renewed their rocket shelling after midnight of Friday – Saturday, on areas in Maarrat Hurmah, Kafr Sajna, Sheikh Mustafa, Al-Tah, Tahtaya, Sehyan, Babulin, and Rub’ Al-Jurin Idlib countryside.

 

In connection to this, clashes erupted after midnight in the area of Abandoned Battalion east of Abu Al-Duhur, between the factions and Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham on one hand, and the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them on the other, in an attempt by the latter to advance into the area, but the factions and jihadis managed to thwart it.

 

Other than that, cautious calm prevails the whole area of “Putin – Erdogan.”

You might also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More