Regime's warplanes target vicinity of Turkish point south of Idlib, latter responds

Today, the regime's warplanes targeted the vicinity of one of the so-called Turkish observation points in the southern Idlib countryside, while the Turkish forces retaliated with intensive shelling of the regime forces.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated that the regime's warplanes carried out air strikes on the vicinity of the so-called Turkish point in the area of ​​Kansafra in Jabal al-Zawiya in the southern countryside of Idlib, after which Turkish forces launched intense missile shelling at the locations of the regime forces in the eastern and southern Idlib countryside.

This comes in conjunction with the advancement of the regime forces and their control over seven regions in southern Idlib, and Turkey's continued provision of more military reinforcements to the region.

The head of the Turkish regime had again threatened the Syrian regime, repeatedly, talking about the deadline of the end of the month, after the failure of Russian-Turkish efforts to reach understandings on the situation in Idlib.

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