Syrian Army Recaptures Handarat Palestinian Refugees Camp in Northern Aleppo
The Syrian army troops first regained 8 strategic military points, and completed control over the camp at around midday, a local source said on Thursday.
The Syrian army deployed a large number of soldiers in the Northern outskirts of Aleppo city on Monday to join the Syrian Army’s operation to recapture the Handarat camp from Jeish al-Fatah.
The Syrian army and Liwa al-Quds forces took the camp last week but had to withdraw after two days.
Syrian Army commanders pulled their forces back from Handarat Palestinian Refugees Camp in Northern countryside of Aleppo city on Sunday morning to evade more casualties.
Hours later, Russian and Syrian fighter jets carried out scores of combat flights over Handarat, pounding heavily the positions of the terrorists inside the camp.
Minutes after the raid, the Army troops and the Palestinian Liwa al-Quds fighters launched joint attacks on terrorists’ defense lines in the Camp to retake control.