المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Mutual bombing between Turkish mercenaries and the Syrian regime forces in Idlib and Aleppo countryside

The missile strikes have renewed since the early hours of Saturday morning, between the Syrian regime forces and mercenary groups affiliated with Turkey, in the western countryside of Aleppo and southern Idlib.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the Syrian regime forces carried out missile strikes on areas in the southern countryside of Idlib, targeting places in Kansafra, Sufuhn and the outskirts of Deir Sunbul and Bainin with missile and artillery shells, without information about casualties, while the mercenary groups within the Syrian National Army of Turkey were targeted. Positions of the regime forces in the Miznaz axis in the western countryside of Aleppo.

Yesterday, the Syrian Observatory indicated that the regime forces have stepped up their shelling of the town of Kansafra, which is located within Jabal Al-Zawiya in the southern countryside of Idlib, targeting the town with more than 120 rockets and artillery shells, which led to material damage, and no information has yet been received about casualties.

The Syrian Observatory monitored the dawn and morning of Friday morning, renewed missile strikes by the regime forces on places in towns and villages in the southern countryside of Idlib, within the framework of the regular daily breaches within the “Putin – Erdogan” area, on a related level that the factions targeted with missile missiles sites of the regime forces in Kafr Nabl, south of Idlib.

To that, the observatory confirmed that the toll from the Russian bombing of the market and crude oil refining stations within the factions’ areas in northeastern Aleppo had risen to 6 dead and 17 wounded, in a toll expected to rise.

Rockets fired by the Russian forces stationed in Hmeimim fell on a market and primitive fuel burners in the village of Koussa near the city of Jarablus, within the areas of influence of the Turkish factions, northeast of Aleppo.

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