Intensive Russian raids on so-called "de-escalation"

Russian warplanes have launched intensive raids of 23 raids since after midnight in the countryside of Idlib and Aleppo, located within the so-called "De-escalation", in conjunction with talk of a Russian decision to wage war on Idlib.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Russian warplanes have been intensively shelling the area of the so-called De-escalation, as part of the escalation of air targets since the beginning of this month at the frequency of the worst since the new cease-fire at the end of August.

According to the Observatory, the number of raids carried out by Russian warplanes since midnight has risen to at least 23, targeting places in and around Haas, the outskirts of Benin, Ma'arzita, Maarat Harmah, Sarja, Sheikh Mustafa, Ma'aret al-Nu'man in southern countryside of Idlib, and Kafr Halab in western countryside of countryside. No casualties have been reported so far.

The Syrian Observatory published this morning, that in light of the media's preoccupation with the Turkish attacks on northern and eastern Syria, warplanes belonging to the Syrian regime and Russia have stepped up their shelling on the remaining area of ​​"De-escalation", where the regime's warplanes resumed bombing on the fourth November for the first time since mid-September of this year, Russian warplanes had preceded them and stepped up their shelling in the region since mid-October, for the first time since the new ceasefire agreed. And start applying at the end of the month of August / last August, but the past few days have seen the largest over the past 70 days of escalation.

The newspaper Okaz Saudi quoted sources described as reliable as saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to fight on mercenary gangs in Idlib, and that the president of the Syrian regime Bashar al-Assad received instructions on this and began to implement the order.



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