Over 6,000 families flee Aleppo western rural in 72 hours as International Community turns a blind-eye to regime and Russian escalating operations
SOHR activists monitored thousands of families fleeing the towns and villages of the western countryside of Aleppo in the past 72 hours, because of intensive fire by Russian jets and regime ground forces which escalated greatly just after the recent ceasefire collapsed.
According to SOHR sources, more than 6,000 families have been displaced from the western countryside of Aleppo, of whom there are families displaced earlier from Idlib, Hama and other Syrian areas to Aleppo west.
Most of the displaced people headed to the north-western countryside of Idlib near the Syrian border with Iskenderun.
Humanitarian catastrophe has been deteriorating amid International Community’s inaction towards crimes by the Syrian regime and Russians, against civilians in camps and those who are searching for a new safe haven.
“SOHR camera” captures civilians fleeing the towns and villages of the western countryside of Aleppo as regime and Russian forces still continuing military operations there