Military offensive cut supply routes to terrorists in Syria

DAMASCUS, Oct. 14 (MNA) –The anti-terrorist offensive launched by the Syrian army, in cooperation with the Russian warplanes, continue having successful results with the liberation of 13 towns and cutting the armed groups' supply routes.

The Russian Airspace Force warplanes continue harassing the terrorist positions, cutting supply routes from Raqqa, main bastion of the ISIL group in Syria, to other operations zones.

According to Moscow's Central Command, the warplanes carried out 55 incursions on 53 targets of the terrorist groups in Latakia, Hama, Homs, Idleb, and Aleppo.

According to the Russian Defense ministry, Monday air strikes destroyed at least 25 defensive points, seven command posts, six training camps, and the same number of ammunition dumps and arms depots.

Meanwhile, military troops made to retake the control over part of the territory of Aleppo, apart from liberating 13 towns in Hama and Latakia, confirmed Syrian Armed Forces General Command.

According to a high military command communique released by the media, Kafar Nabouda, Atshan, Qubeibat, Maarakaba, Oum Harten, Sekik, Tal Sekik, Tal al-Sakher, and al-Bahsa towns, all of them in the northern province of Hama and located 209 kilometers northeast this capital, were liberated.

Various armored vehicles and ammunition dumps were destroyed al-Tamane'a, Sekik, and Tal Sekik areas as a result of the new anti-terrorist military operations.

The General Command communiqué also revealed that the army units retook the control of Jub al-Ahmar and Kafar Delbe cities in the northern region of Latakia, apart from occupying the Katef Jouret al-Batikh and Ruwaiset Khandaq Jamo hills.

 

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