Syrian Army Forwards Hundreds of Fresh Soldiers to Southern Aleppo
The General Command of the Syrian Army had warned Jeish al-Fatah coalition of terrorist groups deployed in the districts of al-Rashedeen 4 and 5 to hand over these two districts to the army soldiers.
It is widely believed that the army soldiers, the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters and Iraqi al-Nujaba combatants are readying to kick off a large-scale operation to capture al-Rashedeen 4 and 5 and then start another operation to seize the key town of Khan Touman.
In November, a large number of army men, Hezbollah and al-Nujaba fighters were deployed in Southern part of Aleppo city.
The army that scored devastating victories against militants in Eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city and repelled two large-scale attacks of militants in Western part of the city, is resolved to root out militancy in Southwestern Aleppo too.
Media sources disclosed on Tuesday that terrorist groups prevented exist of hundreds of injured and patient civilians from the besieged towns of Fua’a and Kafraya in Idlib, breaching an agreement with the Damascus government.
The Arabic language al-Watan daily quoted a local source in Fua’a as saying that at least 21 buses that entered Fua’a to evacuate the injured and patients are not allowed to leave the town.
The buses, their drivers and other people were under the siege of militants.
The paper added that while the entire militants that were to relocate from Aleppo under the last month deal left the city’s Eastern neighborhoods along with their families, only 900 injured civilians and their families could leave Fua’a and Kafraya and hundreds more were waiting for militants’ permit to leave the towns.
Based on the Aleppo agreement, two 1,250-group of injured and patient civilians of Fua’a and Kafraya were due to leave the towns in return for evacuation of militants and their families from Eastern districts of Aleppo city.
In the next stage, 1,500 more wounded and patient civilians would leave Fua’a and Kafraya in return for evacuation of 1,500 militants of the towns of Madaya and al-Zabadani in Northwestern Damascus to other militant-held regions.