Assad regime violates the “De-escalation zones” agreement bombing on# Hama & #Daraa

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 6 May, 2017
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ElDorar AlShamia:

The Syrian regime violated the agreement of the De-escalation zones in the early hours of Saturday in the provinces of Daraa and Hama, despite it went into effect according to the Russia's announcement.

"The Syrian regime launched a series of attacks this morning, including the targeting of the city of Latamna in the countryside of Hama as dropped barrel bombs and a number of artillery and mortar shells, were documented in pictures, and carried out other attacks in rural Daraa, where the neighborhoods of Daraa al-Balad were targeted in the city and the town of Alma.

The Assad forces - despite the agreement’s entry into force – have been trying to storm the Zallaqat area in the countryside of Hama since yesterday evening, where violent clashes ended with the failure of the attackers to make any progress over there.

It is noteworthy that the city of Talbisa also seen artillery shelling this morning, as well as the fall of explosive hoses in the neighborhood of Qaboun in the countryside of Damascus.

 

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