Three Syrian soldiers were killed, and another nine were injured due to the shelling by terrorists in the Syrian province of Aleppo and the city of the same name, as violations of the ceasefire by illegal armed groups continued, Russian military reported.
“Over the past day, terrorists mortared Beyt-Siwan, Akch-Baer, Safsafa and Basharfa in Latakia province, Zor-Mahruka, Abu-Dali and Achan (two times) in Hama province, and Tall-Mamo in Aleppo province as well as southwestern outskirts and a district of Sukkari (three times) in Aleppo. Two Syrian soldiers were killed and nine wounded as a result of attack against Tall-Mamo. As a result of the attack at southwestern outskirts of Aleppo one Syrian serviceman was killed,” head of the Russian Defense Ministry’s Center for Syrian reconciliation Lt. Gen. Sergei Solomatin said on Saturday.
He added that under the decree of the Syrian President Bashar Assad, the authorities continue to amnesty those who evaded compulsory service, including among refugees and former members of illegal armed groups. As of December 14, more than 17,000 people were granted amnesty.