Syrian Army Gives Militants Last Ultimatum to Surrender in Eastern Part of Aleppo
“Concurrent with the army soldiers’ large-scale operation in the Western and Southwestern parts of Aleppo, the army has given 24 hours to the militants to lay down arms and leave the Eastern districts of the city,” the sources said.
“The army has warned terrorists of incoming attacks after the deadline,” they added.
The sources said the army has told the militants “we give 24 hours to all the militants in the Eastern districts of Aleppo to decide and leave the city. Your abroad-based commanders cannot save you. Those who want to remain alive must lay down their army and in return we ensure their security. After the deadline ends, our attack will start, using the most precise weapons”.
The Syrian army has sent the ultimatum to the mobile phones in Aleppo in the form of SMS messages after its victories against militants in the Western parts of Aleppo city on Friday and Saturday.
Some media sources said that after the army’s ultimatum to the terrorists to exit Aleppo’s Eastern neighborhoods, reconnaissance planes have been continuously flying over the city.
The Jeish al-Fatah coalition of terrorist groups is on the verge of collapse after its repeated failures in the first and second waves of the Great Epic Operation in Western and Southwestern Aleppo city.
After the terrorist groups sustained crushing defeats their offensive on the Western and Southwestern parts of Aleppo, codenamed Great Epic Operation, and suffered thousands of casualties, military sources now say that the terrorist front is on the verge on collapse.
“The recent victories of the Syrian army and popular forces in Southwestern Aleppo and liberation of Housing Project 1070, al-Hikmah School, army’s advances in the neighborhood of al-Rashedeen, the Western flank, government forces’ successful cleansing operation in Zahiyeh al-Assad and Menyan districts and the continued defeats of the terrorists in Jam’iyat al-Zahra district have caused the terrorists to grow hopeless, paralyzed and depressed,” the sources said on Saturday.
“The terrorists are now accusing each other of betrayal. The accusations find their roots in the escape of several terrorist commanders from battlefields in Western Aleppo and their shooting at each other,” the source added.
The army soldiers imposed full control over Zahiyeh al-Assad district and then carried out mop-up operation to hunt the remaining militants hidden in the buildings, the sources said.