​​​​​​​Regime and Russia warplanes bombed Idlib, Aleppo; Turkish artillery shells Nairab

Syrian regime and Russian aircraft launched air strikes today on the Idlib and Aleppo countryside, in conjunction with an artillery bombardment of the Turkish occupation of the regime forces ’positions in Nairab.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that the regime's warplanes and Russian planes carried out air strikes this morning, targeting separate areas of Jabal al-Zawiya, south of Idlib.

The aerial bombardment included Kafr Nabl, Hazaren, Baskala, Tal al Nar, Kafr Sijnah, Kansafra and Ahsam, coinciding with intense missile shelling targeting the area by the regime forces, in addition to missile shelling in areas in the western countryside of Aleppo.

The Syrian Observatory also monitored, this morning, an artillery bombardment carried out by the Turkish forces stationed in the vicinity of Saraqib, targeting the regime’s sites in Nairab, east of Idlib, and violent clashes took place on the hubs of Tal al-Nar - Kafr Sijnah and Sheikh Dames south of Idlib between mercenary groups on one side and the regime forces on the other.

This comes after the failure of Russian-Turkish efforts to reach understandings on the situation in Idlib, through three rounds of talks, in addition to a telephone call between Putin and Erdogan.

The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has renewed his threats to the regime, repeating the deadline for the end of this month, while the Russian Kremlin replied, saying this is a bad scenario.



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