Syrian Army Retakes Control of over 10 Regions, Villages in Eastern Aleppo
The army forces seized back control of the villages of al-Khalediyeh, al-Mazivaneh, Um Nasoureh, Job Ali, Kharbat al-Hassan, Atireh, al-Mabaqer and al-Sukriyeh as well as the houses of those who worked in the cattle farms of the region.
They also continued clashes with the terrorists in Eastern Aleppo, and gained back control of several mines in the Southern parts of the town of al-Mahdoum and areas near the town of Atireh and the Northern parts of the village of Hessan.
Field source confirmed on Wednesday that the Syrian army troops continued clashes with ISIL in Eastern Aleppo and managed to push them back from more heights, inflicting major losses on the terrorists.
The sources said that following the liberation of Aliyat Bu Kamal on Tuesday afternoon, the army soldiers advanced further South to the Tal Hassan Quarries, where they were confronted by an exhausted ISIL force.
Not long after launching the attack on the Tal Hassan Quarries, the army units managed to break-through the ISIL’s first-line of defense; thus, forcing the terrorist group to withdraw South in order to avoid being overrun.
With the Tal Hassan Quarries captured, the army’s Tiger Forces have successfully secured the important Jarah Military Airbase and positioned themselves to strike the integral town of Maskana.