المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Regime forces meet Turkish forces in the 46th Regiment in rural Aleppo and about 90 Russian airstrikes target the “de-escalation” area

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the regime forces and loyalists advancing in the western countryside of Aleppo, where they took control of Orem al-Soghra town after their recent control of Rif al-Mohandesin the 2nd.

Thus, the regime has become on the outskirts of the 46th Regiment, which is taken by Turkish forces as a base.

In the same context, violent clashes are still taking place in the vicinity of Orem al-Kubra and al-Radwan area in the western countryside of Aleppo.

Meanwhile, the Russian warplanes carried out 88 raids mostly targeting the fight areas, towns, and villages in the western countryside of Aleppo.

This morning, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the regime forces controlling the Rif al-Mohandesin the 1st area and Kafrjoum, as part of their quest to secure Damascus – Aleppo International Highway, aka the M5.

Over the recent hours and days, regime forces captured more than 68 areas in both southern and western countryside of Aleppo: Khan Tuman, warehouses of Khan Tuman, Al-Khalidyah, Rajam, Hazmer Hills, Kherbet Kharas, Tal Al-Zaytun, Maarata, Al-Rashideen fifth sector, Zammar, Jazraya, Othmaniyah Kaberah, Talafeh, Tal Tabarez, Maharem, Khawwari, Al-Qal’ajiyah, Khalseh, Zitan, Berneh, Al-Huwayr, Abad, I’jaz, Sheikh Ahmed, Tal Karatin, Al-Zahiryah Farm, Al-Aaseriyah, Mak-hala, Rasm Al-Ward, Um Atabah, Rasm Al-Eis, Rasm Saharij, Jib Al-Kas, Bans, Al-Eis, Al-Eis Hill, Al-Kusaybiyah, Al-Bawabiyah, Al-Talhiyah, Tal Haddiyah, IKARDA, Al-Salihyah, Al-Barqum, Al-Zarbah, Al-Kammari, Al-Kalariyah, Kafr Halab, Al-Qanater, Kherbet Jazraya, Miznaz, Al-Rashideen 4th sector, Zaid neighborhood, Abo Shalim, Tal Klriyah, Khan al-Asal, Arbikh, Aradah, al-Sheikh Ali, Arnaz, Rif al-Mohandesin the 1st, Kafrjoum, Urem al-Soghra, and other positions and villages in the area.

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