Ceasefire in Syria’s Idlib city has given some relief to the people in the war-hit country.
The Syrian forces halted fierce bombing and air strikes against the rebel foothold.
The military offensive backed by Russia killed at least 400 people in northwest Syria in the recent days and uprooted more than 440,000.
Rebel factions agreed to the latest ceasefire.
The Syrian forces said, the ceasefire would depend on militants fulfilling a Russian-Turkish deal, adding, jihadists and heavy weapons leave the zone.
The Russian-Turkish deal is to make Idlib a buffer zone.
Idlib lies in the last major chunk of territory rebels hold.
Damascus says it has been responding to militant attacks and did not hit civilians and declared a ceasefire to save civilians.
Ahmed Hmeid, a Syrian said, the ceasefire would at least let people enjoy the upcoming Eid al-Adha, adding, people had been scared of the bombing now there is some safety and people are coming out and seeing each other.