Syrian Army Wins Back More Heights in Lattakia
The Syrian army troops and the National Defense Forces imposed full control over al-Zoweiqat height near Kabani following several hours of non-stop battle with the militant groups in the mountainous battlefield.
The militant groups sustained a heavy death toll in the attacks of the Syrian government forces and the Russian fighter jets.
An intense battle is underway between the government forces and the terrorists near Kabani and its nearby hills.
On Monday, the Syrian government troops embarked on a tactical withdrawal from a hilltop in the Northern part of Lattakia province after massive attacks by hundreds of Jeish al-Fatah terrorists backed by the Turkish army’s massive artillery fire.
The Syrian army pulled out its troops from al-Nawara height in Northern Lattakia after they came under massive Turkish army artillery fire followed by a large-scale attack by hundreds of the Jeish al-Fatah terrorists who moved from the direction of al-Nawara village.
The government troops had seized the al-Nawara heights alongside several other regions in Northern Lattakia 11 days ago.
Army sources said their units have called for more units and air backup to take back the al-Nawara Height.