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Terrorist groups bombard 8 villages with missiles and artillery northwest of Hasakah, Syria

Terrorist groups bombarded 8 villages of Tal Tamr district with missiles and artillery northwest of the city of Hasakah in northeastern Syria.


Today, Sunday, the Syrian TV reported, citing sources, that dozens of rockets and artillery shells fired by terrorist groups linked to the Turkish forces fell on the homes and farms of the people in the villages of Al-Kozliya, Al-Arba'y, Al-Aboush, Dardara, Tal Tawil, Umm Al-Kif, Umm Al-Khair and Tal Al-Laban in the northern and western countryside of Tal Tamr district, "indicating that losses have occurred. Material in people's homes and their crops.


The Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria announced that the militants in the de-escalation zone in Idlib, northwestern Syria, were planning provocations by using chemical weapons and accusing the Syrian government forces of them.


Deputy Director of the Russian Center for Reconciliation, Major General Alexander Karpov, according to Russia Today, said that there is information about terrorists from "Hayat Tahrir al-Sham" transporting toxic materials to the outskirts of Idlib and the areas of Jisr al-Shughur and Badama.


He added that an increase in the activity of the "White Helmets" was observed in the region.


He continued: The terrorists plan to use information about the victims of their provocations to discredit the Syrian government.


He pointed out that the news about the militants preparing for chemical attacks came against the background of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) adopting a resolution on restricting Syria's rights in the organization, especially denying it the right to vote.


He added that the Russian Center "calls on the leaders of the armed groups to refrain from armed provocations."