“The Syrian government forces gathered their fighters near Tal Arabaeen and Tal Zazin and launched large-scale attacks on positions of Jeish al-Fatah near al-Eis and Kahn Touman, which claimed the lives of tens of the terrorists and forced them to pull the remaining pockets of their forces from the battlefield,” the sources said.
“Jeish al-Fatah further retreated towards hills in the region,” the sources said, adding, “The Syrian fighter jets, for their part, bombed heavily the concentration centers of Jeish al-Fatahin al-Zarbeh, al-Eis, Khan Touman, al-Khalediyeh and Aleppo-Damascus highway.”
“The recent operations of the Syrian armed forces South of Aleppo decreased significantly the military and logistic abilities of Jeish al-Fatah in the region. The army also gained control over several small towns in Southern Aleppo,” the sources said.
Earlier this month, the Syrian Army troops and the country’s military aircraft struck the terrorist groups’ bases and positions in the Southern and Northern territories of Aleppo province, slowing down the militants’ movements across the battlefield.
The Syrian fighter jets carried out several combat flights over the territories under the control of the terrorists and targeted their gatherings heavily near Handarat camp, road of Castillo and al-Canadi hospital, which claimed the lives of tens of the militants.
The Syrian army and its popular allies, meantime, stormed the terrorist groups’ strongholds near Khan Touman in the Southern part of the province, which destroyed the militants’ military hardware in large scale.
The Syrian government forces also engaged in sporadic clashes with the militant groups near al-Tamoureh in the Northern territories of Aleppo province, inflicting major losses of them.