Syria: Deir Ezzur Military Airport Reopened after Almost Three Years
The sources said that the first cargo flights landed in Deir Ezzur military airports after almost three years after restoring security to the airport and its surrounding regions.
The sources added that two military planes also took off from the airbase.
Field sources reported earlier today that a Saudi commander of ISIL and 29 more terrorists were killed in the Syrian Army troops’ operation in the Northwestern countryside of Deir Ezzur city.
The sources confirmed that Abu Obeideh al-Najdi, a Saudi Emir of ISIL in the Northwestern countryside of Deir Ezzur city, was killed along with 29 terrorists in clashes with the army soldiers.
The army is now pushing to secure the remaining towns and oilfields under ISIL’s control in the Northwestern countryside of Deir Ezzur province.