Terrorist groups close to Turkey are suffering casualties in the northern part of the Aleppo province, a Rossa Primavera News Agency source in Syria reported on August 4.
According to the source, an improvised explosive device (IED) exploded in the car of one of the pro-Turkish so-called “military police” terrorists’ leader, named Abu Daraa Manag, near the village of Turkman-Bareh. The terrorist was killed and his wife and four children were wounded.
Also, an IED exploded in the car of one of the Feylak al-Sham (an organization banned in Russia) leaders, named Abu Abdo al-Ansari, on the road near the village of al-Ray. The terrorist was seriously injured, and he was taken to a Turkish hospital for treatment.
Besides that, while attempting to infiltrate the positions of the “Syrian Democratic Forces” in the area of Abla settlement, three terrorists from the Turkish-backed Al-Jeish al-Watani group (an organization banned in Russia) were killed.
On August 1, the Syrian authorities agreed to a ceasefire in Idlib if certain conditions are fulfilled. In response to this initiative, Russia demanded that Turkey withdraw militants from the Idlib de-escalation zone.
During the talks in Astana on August 2, most of the Syrian armed opposition agreed to a ceasefire in the Idlib province. Despite the established ceasefire, on August 3 Aleppo and Hama provinces were again shelled by terrorists from the territory of the Idlib province.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency