Shelling targets Jisr al-Shughur leaving several casualties, while more than 190 airstrikes hit “de-escalation” area today • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Shelling targets Jisr al-Shughur leaving several casualties, while more than 190 airstrikes hit “de-escalation” area today

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented today the death of a citizen and the injury of nine others including at least two children, in rocket shelling targeted Jisr al-Shughur city, the shelling also targeted the villages of Marj al-Zohur, al-Za’eniya, Hambushiyyeh, and Bidama area in the western countryside of Idlib.

In the same context, warplanes of the Russian “guarantor” and regime warplanes continue to bomb the de-escalation area and frontlines, rising the number of raids carried out by the Russian warplanes to 77 targeting Taftanaz, Shalakh, and Ma’arrat al-Na’asan in Idlib countryside, and Kafr Noran, Kafr Halab, al-Atareb, al-Zerba, the 46th Regiment, Jam’eyyat al-Rahal, the vicinity of Kafrnaha, around Orem al-Kubra, and al-Mansoura in Aleppo countryside.

The number of raids carried out by regime warplanes also increased to 80 targeting al-Zerba, Khan al-Asal, and the “M5” Highway in the southern countryside of Aleppo, areas in the western countryside of Aleppo, and Taftanaz and Ma’arrat al-Na’asan in Aleppo countryside.

The helicopters also dropped 36 barrel bombs on al-Zerba town and the battlefronts in the southern countryside of Aleppo.

Today, the Syrian Observatory monitored new accelerated progress of the regime forces, as they are trying to control the entire Damascus – Aleppo International Highway.

The regime forces advanced and controlled al-Zerba, al-Barqoum, al-Kamari, al-Salhiya, and al-Klariyyeh.

Now, the regime is only two kilometers away from completely controlling the strategic M5 Highway, as there is only the 4th al-Rashedin area that has not been controlled by the regime forces yet, and it contains a Turkish post.

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