Bombardment on demilitarized zone intensified

The air and missile bombardment of the demilitarized zones, especially the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib escalated within the continuation of the escalation that followed the emergence of the Russian-Turkish dispute.


The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the so-called demilitarized zones are witnessing repeated bombardment. The warplanes carried out raids on areas in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in the southern countryside of Idlib and another attack on areas in the town of Saraqeb in the eastern countryside of Idlib, and that resulted in leaving several wounded.

As the forces of the regime have escalated bombardment targeting areas in the town of Kafrzita and villages of al-Sahriya and al-Sakher in the northern countryside of Hama in conjunction with targeting other areas in al-Ziyara town in al-Ghab plain of the north-west countryside of Hama.

And the regime forces also targeted with several mortars the outskirts of al-Taman'ah town, the villages of Skik, al-Katiba al-Mahjora, the town of Saraqeb, Tel- al-Sultan and Tawil al-Halib in the eastern and southern countryside of Idlib, and areas in the villages of al-Mustrahiya and al-Karakat in the south-eastern countryside of Idlib.

The Syrian Observatory monitored a renewed bombardment carried out by the regime forces on Tuesday morning, targeting areas in the city of Khan Sheikoun in the southern sector of Idlib countryside, causing the losing of two citizens for their lives and leaving injuries.

The escalation continues in the so-called demilitarized zones, following talks between Russia and Turkey, during which a dispute emerged between the two parties about the situation in Idlib and the classification of the Kurds in Syria.



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