Idlib : Militants struck electrical plant as Army thwarts infiltration attempt

In a new violation of the demilitarized zone agreement in Idlib, terrorist organizations on Sunday used two shells on the electric power plant in Maharda in the north-western countryside of Hama. According to the official Syrian news agency “SANA”.

Also, SANA reporter in Hama – Idlib said that the Syrian army units carried out concentrated strikes against the terrorist groups while attempting to infiltrate towards the military points centered in the surroundings of Souran city and al-Masasneh village in the northern countryside of Hama.

The rebel groups continued their terrorist attacks from the demilitarized zone, most notably Saturday when they carried out chemical attacks on residential neighborhoods in the Syrian city of Aleppo.

In response to the chemical attack on Aleppo, the Russian Defense Ministry announced on Sunday that the Russian air force bombed the sites of terrorists who conducted the gas attack.

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