After nearly 72 hours of stoppage, Russian and regime warplanes resume operations in Idlib province. • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After nearly 72 hours of stoppage, Russian and regime warplanes resume operations in Idlib province.

Russian warplanes and regime’s warplanes bombed again the “de-escalation” area, after the stoppage of their strikes since the evening of the 24th of December 2019, which is about 72 hours in a row, where the Russian warplanes bombed the towns of Deir al-Sharqi, Talmanas, al-Deir al-Gharbi and areas in Maarrat al-Nu’man countryside, while regime’s warplanes opened fire of heavy machine guns on the international highway of Aleppo-Damascus, in addition to Babila village in the southern countryside of Idlib.

In the same context, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored artillery shelling carried out by the regime forces targeted the towns of Kafruma, al-Amiriya, and Muqah in the southern countryside of Idlib, while the jihadi factions destroyed an armored vehicle of the regime forces in al-Halba area east of Idlib, also the rebel factions shelled the areas in the countryside of Latakia and Jableh for the second day in a row, but no information about casualties, while the exchanged rocket shelling continues between the factions and jihadist groups against the regime forces and their loyalists, in the frontlines in the countryside of Idlib and Latakia.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored hours ago exchange of rocket fire continues between opposition factions and jihadi groups against the regime soldiers and loyalists.

In this context, the factions and jihadis fired rocket shells on places in Al-Tah and Halaban villages as well as frontline areas in both eastern and south-eastern countryside of Idlib.

Meanwhile, the regime forces fired artillery shells on places in Deir Sharqi, Deir Gharbi, Maarshurin, Maarshamsheh and other surrounding places.

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