Media outlets: regime’s air strikes and shells target two Turkish points in Idlib

Media outlets reported that the Syrian regime targeted two Turkish points in Idlib countryside with air strikes and dozens of artillery shells.

Sky News quoted field sources as confirming that air strikes targeted the Turkish point in the center of Taftanaz Military Airport, east of Idlib.

She added that the regime forces targeted more than 50 artillery shells at the Turkish point in the village of Shannan in Jabal al-Zawiya in the southern Idlib countryside, which led to the damage of a number of Turkish vehicles.

This comes after the Russian Kremlin announced that there is no talk about bilateral contacts between Putin and Erdogan on Syria.

Yesterday, the regime forces took control of 10 regions in southern Idlib, and Turkish soldiers were killed and wounded.

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