The Syrian provinces of Idlib and Hama were bombarded by the Jebhat al-Nusra terrorist group, banned in the Russian Federation 1. This was announced by the head of the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of the warring parties (CPVS) Alexander Shcherbitsky.
Settlements of Dadikh in the provinces of Idlib and Tanjara in Hama underwent shelling from the radical Islamic group of militants banned in the Russian Federation. Rear Admiral warned the radicals against armed provocations in the region.
The ceasefire in the Idlib de-escalation zone entered into force on March 6. Corresponding agreements were reached between the Russian Federation and Turkey. The head of the CPVS said that not a single case of shelling by the armed illegal groups controlled by Ankara over the past day was recorded.
Russian President Vladimir Putin previously instructed the Ministry of Defense and the Foreign Ministry to work on expanding Russian military bases in Syria, writes the Free Press. The decree of the head of state is presented on the official portal of legal information.Foreign Ministry announces its readiness to conduct a dialogue with the US on Syria