Regime, Russia's warplanes heavily bombard around Turkish observation in Hama countryside-updated

Syrian and Russian warplanes bombed the Turkish observation point in Sher Maghar in the western countryside of Hama today, in addition to the remaining areas of the so-called De-escalation, where 15 warplanes are hovering in the sky of the area and carrying out intensive raids on the area, following a meeting with the Russian and Turkish presidents on yesterday.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the remaining area of ​​the so-called “De-escalation” is witnessing the hovering of fighter jets of regime warplanes and Russia in the sky of Idlib province in conjunction with carrying out intensive raids on the area.

The number of airstrikes carried out by regime warplanes on Tah, Jerjnaz, Deir Sharqi, Saraqeb, Telmens and other areas of Maarat al-Numan countryside increased to 38, while the number of air strikes carried out by Russian warplanes on areas in the axis of al-Tamanah, Maasran, Tel- Debs, al-Taman, Maarat Harmah and KafarSijnah, and the axis of Kabana in the northern countryside of Latakia.

 While the Syrian Observatory learned that air strikes targeted the perimeter of the Turkish point in Sher Maghar in the western countryside of Hama, and there is no confirmed information so far whether the regime's planes targeted the point or Russian planes, due to the intensity of aerial bombardment where more than 15 Syrian and Russian aircraft flying in the sky of the region synchronously.

The number of shells and rockets fired by regime forces on places in Kafranbel, Hass, Jerjnaz, Tah, Deir Sharqi and Qahrbie, KfarSjaneh, al-Amiriya, al--Sheikh Mustafa, al-Rakaya, al-Tamanah and al-Nqair in Idlib countryside increased to 420. Al-Ankawi and Khirbet al-Naqous and Al-Manara in the northwestern countryside of Hama.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan have discussed the situation in Idlib, where Erdogan focused on the protection of Turkish control points.

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ANHA

 

 


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