Syrian Army Attacks Militants Near Turkish Observation Point

Syrian Army advances more than 200 meters deep into ISIS-occupied region/almasdarnews

In the past few days, the Syrian army, with the help of the RuAF, completely repulsed the Ard Qa’a Al-Banat area in the north-east of the province of As-Suwayda from terrorists. Yesterday, the SAA continued its advance on the western front of the Al-Safa volcanic plateau and as a result, moved forward 200 meters.

Over the past day, militants of the “Tahrir al-Sham” and the “National Liberation Front” groups began to fight each other in the west of the province of Aleppo. Attacking the settlement of Kafr Halab, HTS fighters forced pro-Turkish enemies to retreat to the city of Al-Atarib. After the city was captured, the militants arrested several supporters of the dialogue with the Syrian authorities.

Meanwhile, militants attacked several western districts of the city of Aleppo. Government forces fired back the enemy positions in the besieged districts of Al-Rashidin 4 and 5, near which there is a Turkish observation point.

Representatives of the “People’s Protection Units” yesterday reported that they will not comply with the agreement between the United States and Turkey to leave Manbij (Aleppo gov.). Kurdish troops are actively building fortifications and digging trenches around the city, waiting for the Turkish invasion.

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