For the fourth day in a row, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has launched a powerful attack along the Idlib-Hama axis in northwest Syria.
Led by their artillery units, the Syrian Arab Army unleashed a flurry of missiles and artillery shells towards the jihadist defenses, hitting a number of trenches and hideouts used by Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and Jaysh Al-Izza.
According to a military source in Hama city, the Syrian Arab Army heavily targeted the rebel-held towns of Kafr Zita, Al-Lataminah, Zakat, Aleywi, Sukeek, Taman’ah, Umm Khalakheel, and Khuwayn.
The Syrian Arab Army intensified their strikes this afternoon, following a number of attacks by terrorists on the government-held towns of northern Hama.
Despite the recent Turkish-Russian agreement in the Idlib Governorate, the Syrian Arab Army and the jihadist rebels have yet to stop the hostilities in the region.
However, no buffer zone has been implemented as of yet in the Idlib Governorate; once it is established, the hostilities will likely dissipate.