Bombardment returned to De-escalation zones despite Russian truce

After about two hours spent on the Russian declaration of a truce in the province of Idlib, the regime's aircrafts and Russia continued to bomb the so-called "De- escalation" zones.

The Syrian and Russian warplanes resumed bombing the so-called "De-escalation" zones in conjunction with the Russian announcement of a truce in Idlib province.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, explosive barrels were thrown at al-Habit, Kafar Nebul, Khan Sheikhun and Ahsem in the southern countryside of Idlib, and the number of air strikes of the warplanes that shelled areas in the outskirts of al-Mastoma, Ariha , Kafar Zitta, al-Latamna, Khan Sheikhun, al-Zakat, Hasraya amd al-Arbaeen in the northern and north-western countryside of Hama, in addition to the southern and western countryside of Idlib rose to 45 raids.

While the military aircrafts of the regime opened fire on the village of Kafar Sijana in the southern countryside of Idlib, while the Russian aircrafts carried out at least 4 raids on Kafar Zitta and a raid on al-Jabeen town.

The regime also targeted with more than 300 shells and rocket-propelled grenades axes in Hama and Idlib countryside, as well as 190 shells and missiles on Murk, Kafar Zitta, al-Sayyad and Jabal Shahshbo in the northern countryside of Hama, al-Tamaneah, Sekik, Ma'ret Horma, Khan Sheikhun, Kafar Nebul, Ahsem and Hass in the southern sector of Idlib countryside, in coincidence with flying Russian aircrafts. The regime's artillery shelling targeted al-Tofahiyya axis and areas in al-Turkman Mountain of Lattakia northern countryside with more than 30 shells.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the bombing of the so-called "De- escalation" zones caused the fall of a large number of victims without talking about the numbers in detail.



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