The Russian foreign ministry says its embassy in Damascus has been shelled twice, but there are no reports of injuries or major damage.
The ministry said in a statement that the attacks happened on Wednesday afternoon.
The embassy has been targeted numerous times in the past.
The ministry slammed the latest shelling as a “provocation aimed at derailing a peace accord in the country”.
A shell is reported to have hit an inner yard, while another landed near the diplomatic mission.
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