Syrian regime determines Idlib's fate

The Syrian city of Idlib is witnessing the most violent shelling by the Syrian regime with the explosive barrels amid the intensive air raids.

Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper

The Syrian regime forces shelled the Idlib city and its countryside with about 60 explosive barrels and shells in the most violent shelling on the areas of the Turkish-Russian agreement since 15 months, in conjunction with an understanding by Ankara and Washington on " buffer zone" east of the Euphrates region.

"The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights" yesterday, said "the barrels continue to explode heavily on the areas of agreement between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin; where the Syrian helicopters threw 97 barrels and the regime forces fired 70 shells " on the north of Hama And Idlib countryside, the United Nations Regional Coordinator for Affairs Syrian humanitarian crisis Panos Moumtzis, yesterday, said that schools, health facilities and residential areas hit by the heaviest bombing campaign by «explosive barrels» since 15 months ago. "



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