Syrian regime controls on village in Idlib countryside, try to make progression

Syrian regime forces, with Russian support, are launching a new offensive in the countryside of Idlib, where they have taken control of the village of Surug and are trying to make further progress.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported the continuation of fierce battles on several axes southeast of the city of Idlib in Ma'aret al-Nu'man eastern countryside between the mercenary gangs belonging to Turkey on one side and the regime forces on the other, in an attack carried out by the latter from after midnight until the moment, in order to retake the areas that have been lost.

According to the Syrian Observatory, regime forces, with intensive Russian air support, were able to regain control of Surug and parts of Rasm al-Ward village, while regime forces bombed after midnight, places in Sahhal, al-Tineh, Surug, Sahl, al-Burj, and al-Buraysa in the eastern countryside of Idlib, and other places in Hish and Maarat Harmah, KfarSjnah southern countryside of Idlib.

The area of ​​the so-called De-escalation has witnessed fierce fighting in recent days between regime forces with Russian support and Turkey's mercenary groups.

 These battles were accompanied by a new round of meetings of the so-called Constitutional Committee, which failed to hold its meetings due to disagreement between the delegations of the regime and the delegation of Turkey.

(T/S)

ANHA


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