The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

In conjunction with Russian airstrikes on “Putin-Erdogan” area | Civilians injured by regime bombardment on olive harvesting workshop in Aleppo countryside

A man and two women were injured while working in olive harvesting in Kafar Taal village west of Aleppo, as a result of artillery shelling carried out by regime forces stationed in the surrounding checkpoints of “Putin-Erdogan” area targeting a group of workers, where the injured were taken to a hospital for treatment.
In a related context, factions of “Al-Fath Al-Mubin” operations room targeted, with artillery shells, positions and gatherings of regime forces on the frontline of Al-Hakourah in Hama countryside, amid information of causalities.
Moreover, Russian warplanes launched two airstrikes targeteing Al-Saramaniyah village in Sahil Al-Ghab and Dweyr Al-Akrad village north of Latakia, which is considered a contact point between the factions and regime forces, in addition to another strike targeted Al-Haloubah village south of Idlib. Only material damage was reported.
“Putin-Erdogan” area and its frontlines witness sniping and infiltration operations and exchanged targeting between regime forces and factions from time to time.
Since early 2023, SOHR has documented 359 operations in the “de-escalation zone,” including attacks, gunfire by snipers and bombardment, which left 547 combatants and civilians dead. In addition, these operations left over 245 combatants and 188 civilians, including 23 women and 42 children, injured.

The fatalities can be distributed as follows:

• 95 civilians, including 12 women, 36 children, a civil defence member and a nurse, were killed by regime forces.

• 344 members of regime forces, including 23 officers.

• An Afghan militiaman of “Liwaa Fatemiyoun.”

• A member of the Syrian Hezbollah.

• 80 members of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham, including a French jihadist.

• 14 members of the jihadist faction of “Ansar Al-Tawhid.”

• One member of “Ahrar Al-Sham” movement.

• Two members of “Al-Sham Corps.”

• One member of “Hurras Al-Din” organisation.

• The Commander-in-chief of Russian Special Tasks Forces.

• A militiaman of the Iranian-backed “Liwaa Al-Baqer.”

• A member of “Soqour Al-Sham.”

• A member of the “National Liberation Front.”

• Five members of the “National Liberation Front.”