Syrian Army carries out offensive in northern, southern regions
Syrian Armed Forces continue with the offensive against terrorist groups in seven battle fronts, both in northern and southern Syria, revealed military reports today.
Ground and air attacks were staged in 35 localities of the northern provinces of Aleppo, Lattakia, Idleb, Hama, Homs, and Deir Ezzor, as well as in Daraa, in southern Syria.
According to reports, concentrations of fighters and six command points of the ISIL and Al-Nusra Front were destroyed in Aleppo, including training camps and ammunition dumps.
Also in Aleppo, 350 kilometers north of Damascus, control was retaken in Al Mazeira, Al Awainat, Ruaiyet, and Halka towns, in which over 20 terrorists were killed.
The reports revealed that in Idleb, also in northern Syria, the so-called Army of Conquest registered losses, including a ringleader of that group, Sultan Abou al Zubair.
Combined air and ground strikes were effective against ISIL concentration points in four localities in regions of the central provinces of Hama and Homs.
According to figures in the terrain, more than 12 armed men died in combats in Kafar Zita, and Ashtan, in south-eastern Hama.
Meanwhile, combats were staged in the so-called Syrian Desert and in zones of the northern province of against units of the ISIL, destroying more than 10 vehicles and killing scores of terrorists.