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Erdogan Terrorists Violated Idlib Ceasefire 29 Times in 24 Hours

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Erdogan terrorists operating in Idlib province breached the Idlib ceasefire agreement 29 times within 24 hours, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported yesterday, November 28, 2020.

Deputy Head of the Russian Coordination Center in Hmeimim, Commodore Vyacheslav Sitnik, said that the terrorists of the “Al-Nusra Front” organization stationed in the de-escalation zone in Idlib governorate carried out 29 attacks during the past 24 hours, 18 of which were detected in Idlib, 5 in Lattakia, 4 in Hama, and 2 in Aleppo.

This follows 31 attacks carried out by the terrorists sponsored by the Turkish regime of the madman Erdogan on the 22nd of this month as per the Russian Coordination Center.

Erdogan has never committed his forces of the Turkish Army or the terrorist groups of the anti-Islamic Muslim Brotherhood organization loyal to him since signing the Sochi and later the Moscow Agreements (March 2020) stipulating a halt of the Syrian Army’s military operation to clean the ‘last stronghold of Al Qaeda in Syria’ in the province of Idlib, in exchange, the Turkish madman would dismantle his terrorist groups in the Syrian northwestern province.

Instead of following up on his promise before the Russian President and the Iranian state, the guarantors of Erdogan, the Turkish madman beefed up the terrorists and used them in other conflicts while working to Israelize areas occupied by his forces replacing the original people with families of those terrorists.

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