The Emergency Response Coordinators Team said that 313 civilians have been killed in Idlib since the start of the onslaught the Assad regime and Russian forces launched on the province on November 2, 2019.
The Team indicated that the victims included 100 children and five humanitarian workers. It pointed out that at least 1,834 people were injured in the onslaught, while 382,466 people, or 67,104 families, were displaced from their homes.
The report indicated that 169 vital civilian facilities were damaged in the bombing campaign, estimating the losses at nearly 322 million US dollars.
The Team called upon the guarantor states to preserve the ceasefire agreement in order to allow the safe return of nearly a million and a half people to their towns and villages.
The Team also called on the guarantor states to ratchet pressure on the Assad regime to stop violations of the truce as it warned of the resumption of military operations. It called on humanitarian organizations to provide urgent aid to the civilians returning to their homes. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)