Russian planes dropped bombs on a Syrian province

Damage to the water supply system has been reported.

Yana Stavska 09:02, 03.01.22 – UNIAN

Russian planes bombed residential areas near the rebel-held Syrian province of Idlib, home to more than a million people. This was reported by Reuters .

Damage to the water supply system has been reported.

This was confirmed in a comment to the agency by a high-ranking UN official, adding that such attacks have worsened the humanitarian situation of millions of displaced Syrians.

“Prolonged destruction of civilian infrastructure will only lead to more suffering for civilians. Attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure must be stopped,” UN Deputy Regional Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Cutts said on Twitter.

Witnesses say private farms near the border crossing with Turkey have also been affected by attacks in the last 24 hours in the rebel-held enclave. Among the targets were villages in the southern part of the province.

Two years ago, Russia, which supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces, and Turkey, which supports opposition groups, agreed to end hostilities.

3 comments

  1. They weren’t bombs, they were Christmas presents.

    Two years ago, Russia, which supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces, and Turkey, which supports opposition groups, agreed to end hostilities.

    This isn’t a hostile act in the mind of a katsup, it’s normal.

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