Uneasy calm prevails in "Putin-Erdogan" area as Russian and regime jets halt aerial operations since 14 hours • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Uneasy calm prevails in “Putin-Erdogan” area as Russian and regime jets halt aerial operations since 14 hours

SOHR sources say that uneasy calm has prevailed throughout the area of “Putin-Erdogan”, stretching from northeastern Latakia Mountains to northwestern suburbs of Aleppo city through rural Hama and Idlib.

Russian and regime jets are still suspending aerial operations over the area since the new ceasefire came into effect after midnight last night.

On the other hand, ground bombardment has completely ceased after some breaches took place such as firing shells, exchanging fire and clashes on frontlines in Idlib countryside during the first hours of the ceasefire.

The Syrian Observatory documented, a short time ago, fatalities as a result of attacks and clashes between regime forces and jihadist groups on frontlines in Jabal al-Zawiya on Friday morning. Six members of regime forces and loyalists have been killed, while at least nine members of “Turkistan Islamic Party” have been killed.

SOHR sources reported earlier that uneasy calm prevailed throughout the area, eight hours after the new ceasefire came into effect in the area of “Putin-Erdoğan”, stretching from northeastern Latakia Mountains to northwestern suburbs of Aleppo city through rural Hama and Idlib.

Regime and Russian jets have suspended aerial operations over the area since the ceasefire agreement came into effect. In the first three hours of the ceasefire, uneasy calm has been broken, where regime forces and jihadist groups exchanged rocket-propelled grenades on frontlines in Saraqeb countryside, east of Idlib city.

While regime forces fired several shells on areas in Al-Abzamo and Taqad in western Aleppo countryside, Al-Fatira and Al-Bara in Jabal al-Zawiya, followed by uneasy calm in the area

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