Syria’s Response Coordinators Group has recorded more than 314 violations of Idleb’s ceasefire by Syrian regime forces and Russia in five weeks.
The Russian-led attacks have killed 29 civilians, including seven children and two women and four relief workers, the local monitoring group said in statement.
Also, six educational facilities, two popular markets, a civil defense center, and a service facility were targeted by the regime bombardment.
On Mar. 5, 2020, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russia’s Vladimir Putin announced a ceasefire agreement in Idleb, which took effect the next day.
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