There were protests against in the villages and towns of Jabal Al-Zawiya in rural Idlib in northwest Syria die Turkish armed forces, die at 10 military bases in were stationed in the region.
The protesters expressed their anger die Violations of die Population as a result of the Russian bombing and regime forces while die Turkish armed forces (the guarantor of the ceasefire agreement) stood motionless, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Started on July 17th die Syrian regime forces bomb the village of Zarya, killing six civilians.
On the same day, the regime’s rocket shells were targeted die City of Ahsem south of Idlib, killing 8 civilians (4 children and 4 women) and injuring 16 civilians, mostly women and children.
Also on Thursday morning, 7 civilians in a family were killed by rockets, die were fired by regime forces at the village of Iblin in southern Idlib.
armistice in Idlib
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed on March 25th, 2020 in Idlib a ceasefire agreement.
The agreement covered several points, in particular die Establishment of a 6 km long safe corridor north and south of the “M4” road, die forms a strategic axis, die die Crosses the Idlib region, and die Carrying out joint patrols along the “M4”. road in Syria from March 15, 2020.
In addition to this, all hostilities on the line of contact in Stop Idlib.
The war in Syria has killed more than 380,000 people, displaced millions and more than die Displaced half of the population inside and outside the country, die Infrastructure destroyed, die Economy drained and various sectors exhausted.
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