Syrian Army, Hezbollah Win Back New Territories South of Aleppo
The Syrian army troops and Hezbollah launched a joint operation to tighten the noose around the militant groups in the Southern part of Aleppo city, which ended in the recapture of Makhala village after fierce clashes with the terrorists.
The militant groups suffered heavy death toll in the attack and their military equipment were destroyed.
The village and its surroundings is now under full control of the government forces.
Also on Monday, he Syrian army completed control over Sheikh Ahmad town in Aleppo countryside winning a decisive battle in a chain of operations to lift a 2.5-year siege on Kuweires Airbase.
A military source said the army, backed by popular forces, eventually managed to purge all parts of the town that is located in the Eastern countryside of Aleppo from the Takfiri militants.
On Monday, the army destroyed terrorists’ positions in Khalidiya and Bani Zeid neighborhoods in Northeastern part of Aleppo.
A large group of terrorists were killed and injured during the operations. Militants’ weapons and ammo were also destroyed.