The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights observed that the regime forces targeted areas in al-Lattamna and Kafr Zitta in the northern countryside of Hama, al-Ankawi, al-Shariat, al-Haweez, Qal'at al-Meddiq, al-Hawija, Bab al-Taqa and al-Amiqa in Sahl al-Gab in the northeastern countryside of Hama and other places in Telmence, Jerjnaz and the outskirts of Ma'aret Chorin within the southern and south-eastern countryside of Idlib.
The bombing continues within the so-called demilitarized zone and the alleged armistice zones between Turkey and Russia in the four governorates (Hama, Idlib, Aleppo and Lattakia).
In a related context, the mercenaries of Hayet Tahrir al-Sham targeted positions of the regime forces in Tel Bazam in the northern countryside of Hama, without information on casualties.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also monitored the fall of two ballistic missiles fired by the Russian battleships in the Mediterranean Sea on areas in Jisr al-Shughour city in the western countryside of Idlib. Ambulances rushed to the area and at least 12 citizens, including a citizen and 9 children, were injured.
The Syrian Observatory documented the death of a citizen in the town of Sarqeb in the eastern countryside of Idlib, after being injured by the shelling of the regime. On Monday, regime's bombardment reached the areas of the town, including the local council building, as the number of people killed in the bombing reached 5.
A bilateral meeting was held between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Idlib was one of the important issues discussed at the meeting. The two parties did not arrive at a conclusion because each party focused on its interests. Russia is trying to return these areas to the control of the Syrian regime. While Turkey, which supports the mercenary gangs there, including the mercenaries of Hayet Tharir al-Sham (formerly Jabhet al-Nusra) seeks to maintain areas of in Syria through its mercenaries.