Failed Russian airstrikes | Regime spies told Jaiysh Al-Ezzah of Russian attack on military camp sees military drills of nearly 200 fighters • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Failed Russian airstrikes | Regime spies told Jaiysh Al-Ezzah of Russian attack on military camp sees military drills of nearly 200 fighters

Reliable sources have informed SOHR that Russian airstrikes directly targeted a military camp of Jayish Al-Ezzah faction in Kalbet village in Kafr Lusin area near the border with the Iskenderun, north of Idlib.

According to SOHR sources, the camp was targeted with four Russian airstrikes, three of which rained down inside the camp and one hit the vicinity of the camp.

Russian airstrikes have left two members of Jaiysh Al-Ezzah injured and led to the destruction of the camp square.

A source of Jaiysh Al-Ezzah faction told SOHR that the faction had “prior knowledge” of Russian attack, as agents of the regime forces told them about the attack, and the camp was evacuated minutes before Russian aerial bombardment.

It is worth noting that the camp was witnessing a military drill for 200 trainees and fighters just before Russian airstrikes that hit the camp today.

Russian airstrikes that hit the vicinity of Jayish Al-Ezzah camp have also left displaced people living in the camps near the border with the Iskenderun injured.

 

A few hours ago, SOHR activists reported that Russian fighter jets executed at least three airstrikes on areas in Bab Al-Hawa area and Sarmada perimeter on the Syrian border with Iskenderun, north of Idlib.

It is worth noting that the targeted areas are crowded areas of displaced person camps, and hosts headquarters of Jayish Al-Izzah faction.

Russian aerial bombardment comes amid an intensive flight of reconnaissance aircraft over the area. No further details were reported about the number of casualties and material damage caused by the airstrikes.