The terrorist groups breached the ceasefire at least eleven times in different parts of Aleppo, Damascus and Lattakia provinces, military sources said Friday.
“The terrorist groups violated the ceasefire twice in Jobar and two more times in Bala and agricultural faculty in Eastern Ghouta,” the sources said.
“In the meantime, the terrorist groups attacked government forces’ positions and residential areas in Jam’eiyat al-Zahra and Khan al-Asal in Aleppo,” they added.
“The strongholds of the Syrian army and their popular allies in Ruweisa Rashu, Shir al-Zab’ah and Ein al-Beidh in Lattakia province were attacked four times by the terrorist groups,” the sources went on to say.
Terrorists’ attacks inflicted several casualties on the civilians.
Earlier reports said that the terrorist groups continued to shell the Syrian government forces’ positions across Eastern Damascus regardless of the newly nationwide truce plan.
Militants’ mortar launchers targeted the Eastern entrance of Damascus with several rounds.
In the meantime, government positions along Harasta highway near al-Qaboun al-Sina’ah in Jobar were attacked by the terrorist groups’ mortar shells.