A targeted missile attack by Syrian Army units struck Al-Nusra Front (organization banned in Russia) positions and headquarters in southeastern Idlib, the SANA news agency reports on February 22.
It has been noted that the shelling was carried out from the neighboring Hama province. These actions took place in response to the extremists’ violations of the agreement on de-escalation zones. It is reported that the terrorists’ command centers on the eastern outskirts of the city of Serakib were struck with missiles.
According to agency sources, the Syrian Army’s strike caused numerous casualties among terrorists, destruction of military equipment, weapons and ammunition.
On February 16, terrorists shelled the Syrian city of Mahardah in the northern part of Hama province. Previously, militants had launched attacks at a large thermo-electric power plant located there.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency