Renewed aerial operations | Russian jets targets the “de-escalation zone” with 12 airstrikes since morning
SOHR activists have reported that the Russian jets have renewed their attacks on the “de-escalation zone”, targeting the frontlines of Kabani in Latakia countryside and Duwayr al-Akrad near the administrative borders with Hama province with four airstrikes.
Accordingly, the number of Russian airstrikes executed on the “de-escalation zone” since morning has reached 12, as these airstrikes targeted HTS camp in Harsh al-Hamama in the western countryside of Idlib, and the frontlines of Kabani and Duwayr al-Akrad in the countryside of Latakia.
Earlier today, SOHR activists reported that “al-Fath al-Mubin” factions shelled, with heavy artillery, regime positions in Khan al-Sabel town, Hizareen and Bsakla villages in the southern countryside of Idlib.
On the other hand, the regime forces shelled, with heavy artillery, the vicinity of al-Qarqor and Kherbet al-Naqus villages, Zayzun village, the vicinity of Qastun village in Sahl al-Ghab in the western countryside of Hama, and al-Mawzarah village in southern Idlib.
HTS had targeted, with more than 50 rockets and artillery shells, positions in Shataha, Jureen, Na’ourah and Mirza that are under control of the regime forces in west Hama in response to the Russian air strikes in the early morning on the HTS in western Idlib countryside.
The HTS attacks killed a female child and wounded other seven, some sustained severe wounds in addition to causing material damages.
HTS also had bombarded districts in Khan Shikoon and Ma’ardbsah in south Idlib countryside. But no causalities were reported.