Drone drops near Hmeimim air base and convoy from Yarmouk camp arrives in Northern Syria

تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة غلوري جابر | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 22 مايو، 2018 12:09:05 م تقرير عسكرياجتماعي عدوان روسي

Field and local developments:

The Russian Defense Ministry announced the dropping of a drone near the military air base of Hmeimim east of the city of Latakia, Western Syria.

A convoy from the Yarmouk refugee camp, Southern Damascus, arrived in Northern Syria after it stopped in the city of Mahreda, north of Hama, Central Syria.

On Monday, several sources told SMART that the convoy stopped at a Syrian government checkpoint in the area of ​​Mahreda, Hama, because there was no coordination with the opposition factions in Idlib to allow its entry.

Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters decided to leave the city of Talbiseh, 8 kilometers north of Homs, Central Syria, after the Syrian government forces entered the city.

On Tuesday, local sources told SMART that about 200 FSA fighters decided to go to Northern Syria because they did not want to reconcile with the Syrian government forces as they seized the city.

On Monday, farmers lost 800,000 US dollars worth of crops in the Syrian government-controlled city of Halfaya, 25 kilometers north of Hama, Central Syria, after loyalist militias burned their fields.

Ghiyath al-Rajab, a member of the local council of Halfaya, told SMART that 5,000 dunums (one dunum = 1,000 square meters) of farmland burned after members of a loyalist militia set fire to the southern part of the city’s agricultural fields after a dispute with the National Defense militia.

On Monday, the Syrian government forces and its militias seized buildings in the Yarmouk refugee camp, Southern Damascus, after the Islamic State left the Yarmouk camp as part of an agreement between the two sides.

On Monday, Turkish border guards shot and killed a civilian and injured his sister near the city of Tal Abyad in ar-Raqqa, Northeastern Syria.

Internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the Qana village camp in the Kurdish Autonomous Administration south of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria, suffer from the lack of drinking water for the fourth day in a row.

Activists reported that members of the Kurdish security forces (Asayish) prevented drinking water and ice donated by civilians from entering the camp, except to certain “favored” camp dwellers. This prompted some IDPs to file a complaint with the UNHCR, but to no avail.

الاخبار المتعلقة

تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة غلوري جابر | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 22 مايو، 2018 12:09:05 م تقرير عسكرياجتماعي عدوان روسي
التقرير السابق
النظام يسيطر على جنوبي دمشق ومطالبات بحماة لإنشاء نقاط مراقبة تركية جديدة
التقرير التالي
وصول حافلات جديدة من جنوبي دمشق إلى حماة وقوات فرنسية تزور الطبقة