On November 15, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported new violations of the Russian-Turkish deconfliction agreement by militants in the northern Hama countryside.
In details, two units of Jaysh al-Izza and another unnamed radical group attempted to sneak from their positions in the towns of al-Lataminah and al-Zakat towards military positions in the government-held part of the northern Hama countryside. However, the SAA detected both units and targeted them.
“Accurate shelling forced the terrorist infiltrators to run away towards their hideouts and positions in the outskirt of the demilitarized zone and many of them were killed and injured,” the SANA’s reporter in Hama said.
Militants in the northern Hama countryside violate the deconfliction agreement on a daily basis. A Syrian source had warned that these repeated violations may eventually force the SAA and its allies to launch a military operation in the region.