UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Syrian army units on Thursday carried out intensive strikes against artillery and rocket-propelled grenades that targeted the hideouts of the terrorist “Party of Turkestan” in the vicinity of the village of Al-Salmaniya in the north-west of Hama and in the villages and towns of the southern suburb of Idlib.
The village of Qamdana today, which led to material damage in them, while targeting the armed opposition factions sites of the Syrian army with missiles in the villages of Hama and Idlib, according to official Syrian media and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The Syrian news agency (SANA) said that units of the army threw grenades of heavy artillery on the fortifications and caches of terrorists of the “Party of Turkestan” in the brush of the village of Sarmani on the administrative border between Hama, Idlib and Lattakia and destroyed them fortified points and headquarters and eliminated a number of them.
The SANA pointed out that concentrated grenades carried out by the army units affected the headquarters of the Al-Nasra organization linked to al-Qaeda in the north of the city and in the south of the town of Arbil, which led to the destruction of a number of them and the deaths and injuries among the terrorists.
For its part, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, based in London today, said that the armed factions targeted a large number of missiles and missiles in places in Jorin, Shatah, Salhab, Ain al-Krum, Musayof and Hama airport under the control of the regime forces in the countryside of Hama governorate, “Putin – Erdogan” by the regime planes and Russians.
The Syrian Observatory pointed out that more casualties occurred during the 87th day of the heaviest escalation within the area of ”reducing escalation”, which rose to 12 the number of civilians who were martyred on Thursday by air strikes by the regime and its Russian ally on the countryside of Aleppo and Hama and Idlib.
It is noteworthy that the army units operating in Hama continue their operations on the gatherings and headquarters of the terrorist organizations and suffered heavy losses of personnel and equipment in response to the attack on rocket-propelled grenades in the safe areas, the most recent targeting the village of Naor Gurin and Siklipip in the north-western Hama on Monday, killing 7 civilians Including two children and injuring several others.
In a separate context, the United Nations announced that 120 refugees left the Syrian refugee camp in northern Syria last Tuesday towards Aleppo, northern Syria.
Arab media quoted Secretary-General Farhan Haq as telling the press at the UN headquarters in New York that the departure of refugees to the camp was “ongoing” and was being carried out gradually.
He called on the UN official to allow the delivery of aid to the needy, “unhindered”, and to provide assistance in all areas of the camps.
Reports said that the Syrian Democratic Forces, known as SDF, released a third batch of detained families in Al-Hul camp in the countryside of Al-Hasakah and transferred them to the countryside of Aleppo under its control.
SDF recently released two rounds of detainees in the Al-Hol camp. The first was transferred to the town of Al-Taba in the Rifqa countryside and the second to the villages of Deir Al-Zour.
The Hol camp, established in 2017, is located in the southern Hasaka countryside, bordering the countryside of Deir al-Zour in a desert region. It is supervised by the SDF forces.
Residents of the camp suffer from poor humanitarian conditions, and the camp includes thousands of civilians from many Syrian areas, after fleeing the clashes during the fighting, “Daash,” in addition to hundreds of families from the organization “Daash.”
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