Jeish Al-Fatah Losing Last Positions to Syrian Army East of Aleppo
The army soldiers and the Lebanese Hezbollah combatants continued their advances against Jeish al-Fatah and won back the neighborhoods of Karama al-Da’ada, al-Ferdows, al-Shahedin, Karam al-Afandi and al-Sharif Citadel and moved towards the neighborhoods of al-Kelaseh, Bostan al-Qasr (Bustan al-Kaser) and Souq (Bazaar) al-Haal, tightening siege on the militants in the battlefields.
The pro-government forces are chasing and hunting the militants that have preferred to flee towards the neighborhoods of al-Sukri, al-Mash’had, al-Ameriyeh and al-Ansari.
The army’s engineering units, for their part, are defusing bombs and landmines planed by the terrorists in the streets of the newly-liberated districts and neighborhoods.
The army men and popular forces fortified their positions in the district of Sheikh Saeed and carried out fresh offensive against terrorists’ defense lines in Karam al-Nazha neighborhood, winning back part of this neighborhood.
The army soldiers also took back control over a neighborhood between the district of al-Salehin and al-Hajj bridge Northwest of al-Ferdows and managed to approach al-Hajj square near the bridge.
If the army captures al-Hajj bridge militants in al-Kelaseh neighborhood will be besieged from the South.
On Sunday, the army soldiers and popular forces scored more victories against terrorists in Southeastern Aleppo and captured three more neighborhoods after hours of clashes and inflicting major casualties on the militants.
The pro-government forces captured the neighborhood of Bab al-Maqam, al-E’ejam South of the Citadel of Aleppo and the strategic neighborhood of al-Salehin.
Meantime, reports said the army has decreased intensity of its attacks on militants to ease civilians’ exist from the districts still under militants’ control, although it has not halted operations.
In the meantime, the army men and the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters continued to advance against the militants in Karam al-Da’ada neighborhood, taking control over more buildings.