The militants of banned terrorist organization “Islamic state” has attempted to return previously lost positions in Syria. This is stated in the Bulletin of the Russian Center for reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria, published on the website of the Ministry of defense of Russia
It is reported that in the province of HOMS ISIL terrorists after mortar attack attacked units of the Syrian army. However, the militants suffered losses and retreated to previously held positions.
Along with them, groups of the terrorist organization Jabhat al-Nusra” (banned in Russia) “continue provocations directed on failure of the “regime of silence”. Terrorists four times fired from a homemade rocket launcher systems fire on the quarter of Sheikh Maqsood in Aleppo province, twice from mortars fired at the airport of al-Nayrab.
Some were fired at settlements in the province of Aleppo, which killed military and civilians. The report said that, according to inhabitants of the province, in the town of Khan Tuman arrived group of terrorists of “Jabhat EN-Nusra”, a number which has more than 100 people.
The defense Ministry also said that over the past day there have been two violations of the ceasefire regime in the province of Aleppo and five in Damascus. The militants shelled the settlements and some quarters. However, the number of settlements that joined the process of the truce, reached 100. The number of groups that have declared acceptance of the conditions for the cessation of hostilities, increased to 58.
Continue the delivery of humanitarian aid to affected areas.
Moscow and Washington may 4 agreed to extend the cease-fire in Syria at Aleppo. This was due to the fact that at the end of April around the province was a tense situation. The next day of conclusion of the contract in the United States announced a reduction in the level of violence in Aleppo. However, the defense Ministry said on may 7 on violations of the ceasefire in the Syrian province. Then it was reported that was fired at the airport and the Sheikh Maqsood.