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3 Syrian Soldiers Injured In Fresh Series Of Militant Attacks In Northern Latakia: Russian Military

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3 Syrian Soldiers Injured In Fresh Series Of Militant Attacks In Northern Latakia: Russian Military

Timur Abdullayev/News Team/TASS

3 servicemen were wounded in shelling by militants in Latakia governorate, Chief of the Russian Center for reconciliation of the conflictign sides in Syria Sergei Solomatin said on December 21.

“During the day, shelling attacks by militants operating in the Idlib de-escalation zone were reported from the settlements of Bshafa (twice), Safsafa (twice), Akch Baer, Jubb al-Zarur, Nahshebba, Dahr Abu-Assad, Sandran, Beit Ziwan and Masasna in the Latakia governorate; the settlements of Zor Mahruka, Zellaqiyat, Tell Maraq, Kherbet Marin, Achan, Hamamiyat, Tell al-Maqtaa and Kornaz in the Hama governorate; and Aleppo’s Suqqari neighborhood (twice), western (twice) and northwestern suburbs, and the area around the research center. As a result of shellings, three Syrian servicemen were wounded in the settlement of Masasna in the Latakia governorate,” Solomatin said.

He added that the Damascus government continue to amnesty people dodging military service. So far, 19,068 people have been amnestied.

“Efforts are continued to restore infrastructure facilities and create conditions for the return of refugees. As of December 20, 2018, as many as 30,900 residential houses, 713 educational and 119 medical facilities have been restored. A total of 944 kilometers of motorways have been repaired,” he stressed.

Solomatin added  that the Russian reconciliation center had delivered 500 bags with food products to the settlement of Kum al-Visiya in the al-Quneitra governorate.

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  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    hope they heal quickly

  • gustavo

    After 15,000 violations, well Russia believes terrorists need more time to think about peace,….well, well, well.