The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

“De-escalation zone” | Regime forces and rebels exchange fire and missiles on frontlines in Sahl Al-Ghab and Jabal al-Zawiya

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored this morning exchange of fire with heavy machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades, between regime forces and loyalists on one side, oppositions factions and jihadist groups on the other, on frontlines of al-Amiqa in Sahl Al-Ghab, north-west of Hama, and on frontlines within Jabal al-Zawiya in southern rural Idlib.

Meanwhile, regime forces shelled this morning places in Kansafra, Al-Fatira and Benin, south of Idlib, while Russian reconnaissance drones were seen flying over Idlib and Jabal Al-Akrad in northern Latakia countryside.

Yesterday, SOHR activists said that the factions of the “Al-Fath al-Mubin” operations room have shelled, with rocket-propelled grenades, areas controlled by regime forces on frontlines in Jabal al-Zawiya in southern Idlib countryside.

Moreover, regime forces renewed their rocket attacks in the early hours of Sunday morning, targeting towns and villages in Jabal al-Zawiya and Sahl al-Ghab, but no casualties have been reported. While reconnaissance drones were seen flying over the area during the last hours.