Hundreds of Militants Surrender to Authorities Following Syrian Army Operations
Some 558 wanted militants have surrendered to the Syrian authorities in the last two days as the army troops have gained a faster momentum in their match on terrorist-held regions.
Some 258 wanted persons from the provinces of Damascus, Idleb, Hama, Aleppo, Hasaka and Deir Ezzur turned themselves in to the Syrian authorities on Tuesday to be pardoned.
Official sources said a sum of 300 people from Hama laid down arms and surrendered to Syrian Army yesterday, while previously 560 wanted persons from Damascus, Damascus countryside, Quneitra and Homs gave up fight and turned themselves in to the authorities October 7.
The army troops, backed by Russian warplanes, have made major advances in their fight against the Takfiri terrorists across the Arab country in recent days.
Following the Syrian-Russian joint operations, thousands of Takfiri terrorists have also fled Syria to Jordan, Turkey and Europe.
Russian Defence Ministry announced minutes ago that ISIL has lost most of its ammunition, heavy vehicles and equipment in Russian airstrikes.
Russia’s upper house of parliament has approved the use of Russia’s Air Force in Syria, following a request by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Russia has launched a series of airstrikes across the Arab country Syria since two weeks ago.