The President of Syria Bashar al-Assad visits Moscow for talks with the President of Russia Vladimir Putin in an unannounced visit.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow to discuss the invasion as well as a potential ceasefire with Ukraine. Bennett is the first world leader to meet with Putin in person since the invasion began.
Emirati Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan meets with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, for the first time since the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War ten years ago, to discuss "ways to develop cooperation in different sectors that are of common interest".
The army bombards the last rebel enclave in the southern city of Daraa, killing six people. The army declined to comment but released a statement saying that it was losing patience with what it called "armed groups and terrorists". The site of the bombing is the birthplace of the 2011 uprising against President Bashar al-Assad which marked the start of the war.
United States President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a G20 working lunch meeting, traded views on Syria's civil war: where they agreed, i.e. UN negotiations, cease-fire, and Syrian-led political transition; and where they disagreed, i.e. President Bashar al-Assad's future role. Obama reiterated his support for the full implementation of the Minsk agreements on Ukraine, including Ukraine's control of its borders.
Russia begins airstrikes against anti-government targets in Syria following a request from President Bashar al-Assad. A U.S. official said the air attack struck near the Syrian city of Homs, where the official said ISIS currently does not have a major presence.