Militants Hold Last Frontiers in West Daraa

The Syrian Arab Army seized their first town in the Al-Quneitra Governorate/almasdarnews

Over the past day, the Syrian army continued its offensive in the north-west of the province of Daraa and has liberated from militias the settlements of Al-Mal, Tal Aqrabah and their surroundings. However, the SAA shelled the remaining points under the control of the enemy in the north-west of the province, as well as in the north of the province of Al-Quneitra.

Meanwhile, to the southeast of the city of Al Harra, the government troops established total control over the city of Jasim (Daraa gov.), after which they switched their attention to the large besieged city of Nawa. Throughout the day, the city was subjected to powerful strikes from Russian and Syrian aviation, as well as artillery of the SAA.

According to the agreements between the militants and the Syrian authorities, all the 6,900 inhabitants of the besieged settlements of Al-Foua and Kafraya (Idlib gov.) will be evacuated to the safe zones in the Aleppo province.  In exchange, the official Damascus will release more than 1500 prisoners.

18. 07. 2018, 00:12
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