On March 29th, Russian Air Forces launched an airstrike on militant headquarters in Greater Idlib. The attack reportedly took place near Martin town in Western Idlib countryside.
Previously, on March 21th, Russian forces carried out a set of airstrikes on militants in Greater Idlib in response to a large-scale attack in Aleppo that resulted in civilian losses.
Meanwhile, the fifth international conference “Supporting the future of Syria and the region” chaired by the European Union and the UN begins in Brussels and will last until March 30th. It unites 50 states and numerous non-governmental organizations, and it is held via video conferences.
The communiqué of the conference states that the EU is the main donor in overcoming the consequences of the Syrian crisis. Since 2011, it has mobilized about 25 billion euros. The conference is aimed to announce financial donations for Syria and the whole region in 2021. However, it seems that such a financial support has not yet had any significant result, as ISIS is still active in Syria and fightings between numerous militant fractions take place on a regular basis, inflicting more losses, including among civilians.
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