Syrian government accuses Turkish mercenaries of violating ceasefire

The Syrian government today accused "terrorist groups" backed by the Erdogan regime of violating the ceasefire agreement by targeting Idlib countryside with missiles.

"Terrorist groups backed by the Erdogan regime continued to violate the cessation of hostilities agreement signed yesterday by targeting the villages of Hazarin and Dar al-Kabir in the southern countryside of Idlib," the official SANA news agency said.

"Terrorist groups supported by Turkish regime forces fired four shells at the villages of Hazarin and Dar al-Kabir in the southern countryside of Idlib, causing material damage, pointing out that army units operating on the Safohin/Hazarin axis responded with appropriate weapons at the source of the missile safohin/Hazarin," it said.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced yesterday that a ceasefire agreement had been reached in Idlib, not the first of its kind since previous ceasefire agreements failed.

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