Six civilians were killed and at least 75 others were wounded in the bombing of “Maram camp” in Idlib today in the morning, in violation of the “de-escalation” agreement.
Millions of displaced people live in camps in north and northwest Syria, after fleeing the regime’s bombing of their villages, towns and cities.
Civil Defence sources (White Helmets) reported that the regime forces used cluster shells against civilians in the camp.
In May 2017, Turkey, Russia and Iran announced an agreement to establish a “de-escalation zone” in Idlib and parts of the countryside of Aleppo, however, the Syrian regime forces and their allies continue to bomb the area from time to time, despite the ceasefire agreement signed on March 5, 2020.
A civil war started in Syria since March 18, 2011, as the Syrian regime launched a fierce crackdown on protests condemning human rights violations in the country.
The Syrian regime granted citizenship to a large number of members of Iranian groups Iran, which took part in its war against the opposition since 2011.