Observatory: Regime forces shell environs of Turkish point in Sher Maghar

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the regime forces shelled the environs of the Turkish point in the vicinity of the village of Sher Maghar in Hama western countryside.

"The regime forces shelled with heavy artillery the surrounding of the village of Sher Maghar near the Turkish observation post in the western countryside of Hama," the observatory said.

In the context of this, the Syrian Observatory monitored this afternoon artillery and rocket shelling targeting the countryside of Maaret al-Nu'man, where the shelling targeted areas in the towns of Jirnaz, Ma'arshamarin, Taht, Telmens and the eastern monastery of the southern and southeastern Idlib countryside in conjunction with reconnaissance jets hovering over the sky of the area.

After midnight yesterday, the regime forces shelled several places in Idlib and Lattakia with several rocket-propelled grenades, threatening to collapse the new ceasefire truce.

Cautious calm prevails in the rest of the so-called de-escalation zone on Sunday as the new ceasefire entered its ninth consecutive day.

On Thursday, June 27, 2019, the Syrian regime bombed the Turkish observation post in Sher Maghar area of ​​Mount Shahshabo, north of Qal'at al-Madiq, in the western countryside of Hama, while the Turkish observation post in Morik in the northern countryside of Hama is still besieged by the regime forces over the entire area there.



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