Syrian army extends control zone over terrorist groups

DAMASCUS, Dec. 12 (MNA) – The Syrian national army today continued advancing in various battle fronts against terrorist groups operating in the country, extending its control zone over cities and towns, with the support of the Russian military air force.

In the last 15 days, Syria and Russian warplanes have destroyed 1375 terrorist targets, as a result of 363 flights carried out in zones of Homs, Hama, Aleppo, Idleb, Dier Ezzor, Daraa, Latakia, and the surroundings of this capital.

According to Syrian Army General Staff spokespeople, the air strikes destroyed fortified positions, arms depot, munitions dump, and gathering points of the takfirist groups, apart from destroying three vehicle convoys.

In Aleppo province, located 350 kilometers northeastern of this capital, fighter jets attacked armed extremist camps in arouf, Nyara, Sharbaa towns, and in Beyan and Ain al-Safa, in al-Bab city, causing considerable human and material losses to the armed groups.

The same sources confirmed that air strikes also targeted the logistic supply routes coming from Turkey in Ain al-Bayda town, and Kara Baba small village, located only a kilometer from the Syria-Turkey border.

Vehicles carrying goods for the Takfirist groups were also destroyed in the surroundings of Andan city, near the international highway that links Aleppo and Antab.

Other actions were reported in Handarat, a locality found in the international highway that leads to Turkey, where the terrorist groups had considerable losses.

In southern Aleppo province, the Army targeted Jidahist refuges in Dulama, al-Barkoum, Banes, Rasem Sahriy, and al-Zerba towns.

 

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