Aleppo: Syrian Army Advances Further in Youth Housing Complex
“The Syrian army soldiers and their allies have moved deep inside the Youth Housing Complex,” a battlefield source said on Tuesday.
The source underlined that the Syrian army’s advances at the Youth Housing Complex came after they fully purged terrorists from Suleiman al-Halabi water station and Masaken al-Bahous al-Elmieh in Eastern Aleppo city.
The terrorists who had taken control of Suleiman al-Halabi water station prevent the residents of Eastern Aleppo from gaining access to potable water.
On Monday, Aleppo Governor Hussein Diab said that Syrian army established full control over Suleiman al-Halabi water station, adding that technicians had entered the station to begin repairs in order to bring it back online as soon as possible
With the Suleiman Al-Halabi Water Pumping Station under the control of Syrian Army, Damascus government can supply water to over 1 million residents in Aleppo, ending one of the biggest problems plaguing the city.
The Syrian army troops alongside the Palestinian Liwaa Al-Quds launched their first attack Northwest of Jabal Badrou on the Ma’asaraniyah Youth Housing Complex near the Ard Al-Hamra district.
The government army troops have reached the gates of al-Halwanieh region after advancing towards the Southern part of Jabal Badrou.
Pro-government forces also engaged in bloody clashes with the militants at Sheikh Lufti district in the Southeastern part of the city, recapturing nearly a dozen buildings in the area.
Battlefield sources also reiterated that the Syrian army’s military operations will concentrate on al-Sheikh Saeed “as this region is the Southern gate to the Aleppo city’s Eastern districts”.
The sources went on to say that recapturing al-Sheikh Saeed will result in new military developments in the Eastern part of the city the most important of which will be preparing the ground for starting new military operations to take control of Aleppo castle and end the decisive battle of Aleppo.
The terrorists’ defense lines in the Eastern parts of Aleppo city are falling in a domino fashion and the Syrian army is chasing the terrorists who are fleeing the region.
The Syrian army and resistance forces are looking for the militants who have left Haydarya and al-Sakhor districts.
On Sunday, the terrorists withdrew from Haydarya, Bustan al-Pasha, al-Hallak, Ayn al-Tal and al-Sheikh Khezr.
Earlier on Monday, the Syrian army continued its advances in Baeedin district after taking full control of al-Davvar district, and is now in control of nearly half of Eastern Aleppo.
The army units have taken back 20 square kilometers of the total 45 square kilometers of Eastern Aleppo.
Scores of terrorists were killed and wounded in tough battle with the Syrian army soldiers.
Meantime, the Syrian army and popular forces strengthened their military positions in newly captured districts in the Eastern part of the city of Aleppo on Monday.
The army units and their allies fortified their military positions in Haydariyah and al-Sakhor districts in Eastern Aleppo city.
Meantime, the Hezbollah resistance forces are chasing the terrorists who are trying to flee the region.
On Sunday, the terrorists sustained heavy defeat in different fronts in Northeastern districts of Aleppo and they had to withdraw from Haydariyah, Bustan al-Pasha, al-Hallak, Ayn al-Tal and al-Sheikh Khezr regions.
Meantime, Syria’s media reported that the resistance forces managed to take full control of al-Sakhor region after they had seized back over 95 percent of the region on Sunday.
On Sunday, it was reported that the countdown has started for the collapse of Jeish al-Fatah terrorists in entire Eastern Aleppo as they are losing ground to invading army and popular forces in several neighborhoods and were forced to evacuate Bustan al-Pasha district Northeast of the city after brief clashes in the evening.