​​​​​​​Regime advances in Idlib countryside, accusing mercenaries to violate truce with 19 times

The Syrian government forces advanced after midnight yesterday, in Idlib countryside, without fighting with mercenary groups, while the government accused the groups of violating the cease-fire 19 times.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the Syrian government forces advanced after midnight yesterday in Idlib countryside without fighting with mercenary groups affiliated with Turkey.

Where it managed to control and install points in each of Ma'arat Mawoz and al-Bureij in the vicinity of Kafar Nubal without fighting with mercenary groups, and also shelled about 25 shells targeting each of the villages of al-Barah, Sufouhn and al-Fateira in Idlib countryside.

The Syrian government accused yesterday evening of Turkey's mercenary groups of violating the cease-fire agreement in Idlib.

"The terrorist groups backed by Recep Tayyip Erdogan's regime continued to violate the cessation of hostilities agreement signed yesterday, committing 19 new violations during the past 24 hours, targeting the villages of Hazaran and al-Dar al-Kabira villages in the southern countryside of Idlib," SANA said.

The agency quoted the head of the Russian Coordination Center in Syria of the Russian Ministry of Defense, Major General Oleg Goravlyov, as saying: "19 violations of the cessation of hostilities agreement by terrorist groups have been monitored during the past 24 hours."

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that a cease-fire agreement has been reached in Idlib, and this is not the first of its kind, as previous agreements on a cease-fire have failed.

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ANHA


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