More than 150 air strikes on demilitarized zones

The so-called demilitarized zones have been exposed on the 12th day of violent escalation to more than 150 air strikes so far, as the regime forces attempted to advance in the north-western countryside of Hama.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the so-called demilitarized zones were witnessing a cautious calm on the 12th day of the most violent escalation ever, which was accompanied by heavy rocket fire by the regime forces on areas in the town of al-Habit in the south-eastern countryside of Idlib.

The shelling coincided with clashes in the axis of Hersh al-Kerkat in the north-western countryside of Hama between the mercenary gangs of Turkey in the area on the one hand and the regime forces on the other hand, in an attempt by the regime's forces to advance in the area.

The Observatory documented 34 raids of Russian warplanes, 10 raids on al-Habit and its outskirts, 5 on al-Ankawi, 3 on the outskirts of Kafar Nebul, 2 raids on the outskirts of al-Fatira, and the axis of Kebana in Jabal al-Akrad, Abidin, Wadi Mertoun area, and the outskirts of Ma'aret Horma, al-Habit, al-Bara village and al-Hawiz.

While the number of explosive barrels fired by the regime's helicopters on areas in the countryside of Idlib has increased since the morning to 69 barrels.

The so-called demilitarized zones of Russia and Turkey are witnessing a violent escalation by Russia and the regime because of a dispute between the guarantor countries over their influence in Syrian territories and an attempt by Russia to implement the agreement it signed with Turkey on September 17.



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