Tense calm prevails in the "de-escalation zone" as new ceasefire enters its 11th day • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Tense calm prevails in the “de-escalation zone” as new ceasefire enters its 11th day

Tens calm is prevailing throughout the area of “Putin-Erdogan” as as the new ceasefire in the “de-escalation zone” enters its tenth consecutive day. Meanwhile, Russia and Syrian regime have been suspending aerial operations.

Separately, SOHR activists reported hearing gunfire on Idlib-Ariha highway yesterday evening, but reasons behind this gunfire have yet to be known.

Yesterday, SOHR sources said that regime forces carried out artillery shelling targeting Kansafra in Jabal al-Zawiya, south of Idlib, and Al-Sermaniyah frontlines in northwestern countryside of Hama.

SOHR sources reported earlier this morning that the Russian and Turkish forces failed to run their first joint patrol on Aleppo-Latakia international highway (M4). The patrol started from Saraqeb town, east of Idlib, and reached Al-Nayrab town, then, returned and aborted the mission. The patrol was planned to tour other areas on the M4.

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