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The spike in violence has also displaced some , people from their homes, knocked 19 hospitals out of service and damaged several more, the United Nations says. But analysts are sceptical that the regime's bombing is the start of an all-out battle for the enclave. Under the buffer zone deal signed in September, jihadists were supposed to withdraw from the planned demilitarised zone.
Turkish troops were to deploy to observation points around it, and traffic would be restored to two commercial arteries running through the province. Turkish forces have since deployed as monitors, but the jihadists never pulled back from the planned buffer and the roads were not re-opened.
Yet analysts say the deal, born of the so-called Astana negotiations track between Russia, fellow regime ally Iran, and Turkey, is not dead yet. The Observatory said Turkish troops were rotated at one of the monitoring points near Idlib as recently as Tuesday. Fellow analyst Sam Heller said the regime was instead seeking gains against HTS and allied rebels on the region's peripheries. Capturing areas like the western flank of the bastion "will put more distance between rebels and government-held areas they've shelled", including the key Russian airbase of Hmeimim, he said.
Damascus and Moscow have repeatedly accused "terrorist groups" -- a catch-all term for jihadists and more moderate rebels -- of using Idlib to launch attacks against Hmeimim. But the regime might also be also piling pressure on Turkey to further implement the terms of the September deal, including the opening of the two key highways, Heller said. They include a section of the M5, a road that before the war crossed the entire country, connecting the Turkish frontier in the north with the Jordanian border in the south. Syrian War spillover and international incidents.
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