Syrian Air Force Destroys 20 ISIS Trucks Oil in Deir Ezzour
The Syrian army and armed forces, backed by the air force, destroyed Sunday ISIL trucks loaded with stolen oil in Deir Ezzour and eliminated other terrorist organizations in other provinces.
The Syrian air force destroyed 20 trucks loaded with stolen Syrian oil by ISIS terrorists in al-Mayadeen city near the border with Iraq.
Field sources told SANA on Sunday that the air strikes destroyed all the trucks, that were heading for al-Mayadeen city near the Iraqi border, where operations of smuggling the stolen oil to Turkey were carried out by Turkish speculators.
Media reports affirm that known Turkish officials including Recep Tayyib Erdogan and his family members are involved in buying the oil that ISIL terrorists steal from Syria and Iraq.
According to the sources, a number of ISIL terrorists were killed in artillery and rocket hits carried out by the army units on their positions and gatherings on the outskirts of al-Jafra area, Deir Ezzour.
The Syrian Army air force destroyed terrorist organizations’ vehicles in Khan Shaikhoun, Saraqeb, Ma’arkaba, Lahaya and al-Latamenah in the countryside of Idleb and Hama provinces, a military source told SANA.
Terrorist organizations acknowledged the killing of 16 of their members, among them self-claimed leaders in the countryside of Hama and Idleb provinces.
An army unit targeted hideouts of the terrorist organizations in al-Tamoura village and Andan town, 12 km north of Aleppo city, killing and injuring a number of terrorists and destroying their arms and ammunition.
An army unit destroyed positions and hotbeds for terrorist organizations in the village of al-Mansoura, 10km west of Aleppo city.
A number of ISIL terrorists were killed in army operations against their dens and movements in Eisheh village, 38 km to the northeast of Aleppo city.
Army units destroyed terrorists’ hotbeds with all arms and ammunition inside them in the neighborhoods of al-Myasar and Bani Zaid in Aleppo city.