August 25, 2019

  • telegram

6 children and 4 women were among the victims.

6 children and 4 women were among the victims.

14 civilians, including children and women, were killed on Friday night in drastic air raids by the regime helicopters and gunships on different parts of Idlib as part of the military campaign launched by the regime with the support of Russian aircraft to the province since last February.

AlKul reporter: “A total of 13 civilians, including six children and three women, were killed and others wounded in a night bomb attack by the regime’s aircraft with rockets and explosive barrels on the town of Muhambal, southwest of Idlib. ”

Our correspondent said that the planes of the regime returned on Saturday morning bombing areas in the province, noting that the people of Idlib live difficult humanitarian and economic conditions because of the continued shelling and vital service facilities are out of service.

Our correspondent said that the planes of the regime returned on Saturday morning bombing areas in the province, noting that the people of Idlib live difficult humanitarian and economic conditions because of the continued shelling and public facilities are out of service.

The fourth “de-escalation zone” area in northwest Syria has been under constant bombardment by the regime and Russia since last February, killing 859 civilians and displacing more than 600,000, according to the latest documentation from the Syria Response Coordination Group.

Earlier in the day, UN Special Envoy to Syria, Geir Pedersen, expressed his hopes that “Russian-Turkish” cooperation will contribute to the stability of the situation in Idlib.

On 17 September 2018, Turkey and Russia reached an agreement to establish a demilitarized zone in Idlib, separating the opposition forces from the regime.

Since the signing of the agreement, the regime forces and their allies have violated the agreement by bombing cities and towns included in the buffer zone, through artillery attacks, leaving behind dozens of dead wounded, and a large displacement movement.

The UN Security Council has failed to reach a presidential resolution or statement on the situation in Idlib during five sessions on Syria in more than two months.