At least 24 people have been killed in a roadside bomb explosion in the western Syrian province of Hama, state television reported.
The SANA agency reported that it was a landmine left behind by Daesh* in al-Azib valley in the Salamyieh countryside.
However, this number of victims is unprecedented since the liberation of territories from the control of terrorists.
A day earlier, the SANA agency reported that the Syrian Army had destroyed rocket launching pads for terrorist groups in Latamina, Kafar Zeita, al-Habbeet, and Mourek in the countryside of Hama and Idlib.
According to a live map of the conflict, Daesh militants have lost control over most of the territories that they had previously held in Syria, due to actions by government forces and foreign assistance.
Russia and Turkey, alongside Iran, are guarantors of the ceasefire in Syria. Moscow has also been assisting Damascus both through supporting the struggle against terrorist groups operating in the country and providing humanitarian aid to civilians.
*Daesh (also known as ISIS/ISIL/IS) is a terrorist group banned in Russia