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Artillery shelling hit Turkish checkpoint in Hama

Artillery shelling hit Turkish checkpoint in Hama
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Hama (Syria News) Assad regime forces conducted an artillery shelling on areas in the northern countryside of Hama, targeting a Turkish checkpoint.

Enab Baladi News reported that Assad checkpoints in the city of Suran launched an attack on the city Murak, in the northern countryside of Hama, using rockets launchers and mortar shells.

The shells hit the vicinity of a Turkish checkpoint in the city of Murak, a day after the entry of a military Turkish convoy to reinforce their checkpoints in the northern and western countryside of Hama.

The shelling concentrated on the agricultural areas, despite the agreement in the buffer area to ceasefire between the regime forces and opposition.

Meanwhile, pro-regime Damascus Now Network stated that the Assad forces attached, using artillery, terrorist movement in the northern countryside of Hama.

It also added that a demonstration was staged in Murak calling to cease the daily shelling; however, it could not reach the Turkish checkpoint due to the intensive shelling in the area.

It is noteworthy that the arrival of military reinforcements comes after the end of the Istanbul summit two days ago, which brought together Turkey, Russia, France and Germany, to discuss the Syrian file and determine its political tracks.

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