The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

SOHR: A “Drone War” In Northwestern Syria

A “drone war” is taking place between the Syrian regime forces and their allies on one side and fighting factions on the other, in the airspace of Idlib, northwest Syria.

Yesterday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that two booby-trapped drones believed to be of Iranian manufacture fell on the axis of Benin village in Jabal al-Zawiya, south of Idlib, after it was targeted with heavy machine guns by members of the factions, while the second exploded in the airspace of the area before it reached the area. its goal.”

The “observatory” had indicated the day before yesterday that “4 members of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham were killed in the explosion of a drone loaded with explosive materials that fell on the al-Ruwaiha axis in Idlib countryside.”

The Russian Reconciliation Center had announced that the air defense systems at the Russian “Hmeimim” base in western Syria “brought down a march launched by militants from the lands controlled by armed groups in Idlib.”

On the other hand, the Turkish forces established a new military observation point in Jabal al-Zawiya, south of Idlib, close to the “contact lines” between the Syrian regime forces and the opposition.



Source: Globe Echo