Regime controls Hbeit in Idlib countryside, shells (de-escalation) with 2,000 strikes

Syrian regime forces took control of al-Hbeit town south of Idlib on Sunday at dawn after heavy shelling, in conjunction with besieging Khan Sheikhoun in Hama countryside.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the regime forces, with Russian support, continue their progress through hysterical shelling with hundreds of raids, explosive barrels, missiles in the area of (de-escalation) as a basis for ground progress on the ground.

The Syrian Observatory said that the regime forces managed to achieve the most important progress in the countryside of Idlib, where they imposed their control on the town of Hbeit south of Idlib at dawn on Sunday, after five unsuccessful attempts on the town.

According to the Syrian Observatory that during the 24 hours of violent military operations have lost more than 100 elements of the regime forces and mercenary groups to their lives, while targeting the area of reduction escalation by about 2000 air and ground strikes.

The regime forces have resumed attacks on so-called de-escalation areas and accused Turkey of continuing to move its terrorist tools in Idlib.

The leader of the mercenaries of Tahrir al-Sham (Jabhat al-Nusra) Abu Muhammad al-Jolani announced his refusal to withdraw from the area (de-escalation) at the request of what he described as friends and enemies in an apparent reference to Turkey and Russia.



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