Violent clashes in De-escalation zones, leaving killed between two sides

Violent clashes erupted between the Syrian regime's forces on one hand and the mercenary gangs supported by the Turkish state on the other hand in the so-called "De-escalation" zone in an attempt by the mercenary gangs to regain their control on al-Qasabiya village in the southern countryside of Idlib.   


The aircrafts of the regime forces and Russia continued to bombard several areas within the so-called "De-escalation" zone according to the Russian-Turkish-Iranian agreement, where four helicopters shifted to throw explosive barrels and sea mines on Kafar Zitta city in the northern countryside of Hama, while Russian aircrafts bombed several areas in the same countryside, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights

The Observatory reported that the air strikes targeted several areas in the southern countryside of Idlib, resulting in the loss of a number of civilians for their lives. The Observatory also confirmed the loss of a woman in the northern countryside of Hama by the bullet of the Turkish occupation forces, while they were trying to cross into Turkey to escape the battles.

The Syrian regime, for its part, expanded its operations on the supply lines of mercenary gangs in the towns of Tel Malh, Jebeen and al-Jalameh in the countryside of Hama, as well as targeting rocket launchers and headquarters in the town of Kafar Zitta on the outskirts of the southern countryside of Idlib.

The Syrian Observatory documented the death of 33 mercenaries during aerial bombardment and clashes with the regime's forces in the northwestern countryside of Hama and northeastern countryside of Lattakia.

In addition, 52 soldiers of the regime were killed during clashes with mercenaries, 29 in the northwest axes of Hama, and 23 in the northern countryside of Lattakia.



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