The Emergency Response Coordinators Team in Syria said that it had recorded well over 2,036 breaches of the ceasefire agreement in northwestern Syria by the Assad regime and Russian forces since the agreement came into effect.
The Team pointed out that the violations killed at least 26 people, including seven children, two women, and two humanitarian workers, pointing out that the agreement is threatened with collapse if violations do not stop.
The report indicated that the violations included attacks on two IDP accommodation centers, six educational facilities, one medical center, one service center, and five places of worship.
The Team has also recorded two major displacement waves since the agreement took effect. It said that 10,145 people were displaced during June, while 4,766 people were displaced in July.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)