المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Searching for ISIS members | Russian-backed “5th Division” starts new combing campaign in Deir Ezzor and Homs countryside

Searching for ISIS members | Russian-backed “5th Division” starts new combing campaign in Deir Ezzor and Homs countryside
On June 21, 2021
SOHR activists have reported that Russian-backed “5th Division” have started on Monday morning a new combing operation in the Syrian desert in search for ISIS members in the region.
Combing operation escorted by Russian military planes, that carry out intensive rids in the region, have expanded from Kabgab area in southern Deir Ezzor to al-Shoknah region in eastern Homs desert.

For third time in a week | Watad company raises fuel prices in HTS-held areas in Idlib, as Turkish currency keeps plummeting
On June 22, 2021
SOHR activists have reported in areas controlled by Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham and opposition factions in Idlib province have reported a new increase in the prices of fuel by HTS-backed fuel companies.
The maximum average of prices in petrol stations have been set as follows:

• Imported petrol: 6.82 TL per litre

• Imported oil (high quality): 6.44 TL per litre

• Imported oil (medium quality): 5.50 TL per litre

• Refined oil: 4.52 TL per litre

• A gas cylinder: 93 TL.

It is worth noting that this is the third increase in fuel prices in a week. As always, the increase in fuel prices has been justified to the increase in exchange rate of the US dollar against the Turkish currency.
On June 19, fuel companies, led by Watad raised fuel prices as follows:
• Imported petrol: 6.76 TL per litre

• Imported oil (high quality): 6.39 TL per litre

• Imported oil (medium quality): 5.45 TL per litre

• Refined oil: 4.48 TL per litre

• A gas cylinder: 92.5 TL.

On June 16, fuel companies, led by Watad raised fuel prices as follows:

• Imported petrol: 6.66 TL per litre

• Imported oil (high quality): 6.26 TL per litre

• Imported oil (medium quality): 5.19 TL per litre

• Refined oil: 4.41 TL per litre

• A gas cylinder: 91 TL.

As always, the increase in fuel prices was justified to the increase in exchange rate of the US dollar against the Turkish currency adopted in the areas controlled by the factions in Idlib province.

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