Monday was the last day for withdrawal of the dominant rebel alliance in Idlib Province in Syria.
There is no indication that the jihadists have withdrawn from Idlib’s buffer zone after the deadline expired on Monday, according to the Exile Group Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).
The jihadists only reported hours before the deadline stated that they would continue to wage.
In mid-September, Russia and Turkey signed an agreement to create a demilitarized zone in Idlib Province, as government forces threatened to launch a major offensive against. According to the agreement, a horseshoe-shaped area should be empty of heavy weapons by October 10, and “radical warriors” should withdraw by Monday.