Hama: Terrorists Shocked, on Verge of Full Withdrawal following Syrian Army’s Rapid Advances
The sources said that the army made remarkable progress in Northeastern Hama and Southern Aleppo, recapturing several regions that were once occupied by Al-Nusra Front terrorists.
The sources said that the army soldiers are now on the verge capturing another group of villages in Southern Aleppo, as Damascus forces deployed to al-Aziziyeh region.
Also, the army is about to seal the Hama province’s borders from the Aleppo province in a bid to secure their vital supply line to the provincial capital, the sources said.
The army will make another push to encircle the strategic town of al-Rahjan, which is currently Al-Nusra’s last stronghold in the region.
The militant-affiliated websites said on Monday that the army men’s operation in Northeastern Hama and Southern Aleppo was underway to pave the ground for the Idlib liberation operation, adding that a large number of militants joined the Al-Nusra in Hama province to prevent the army from reaching Idlib.
The websites further said that the terrorist groups dispatched a large volume of arms, ammunition and military equipment to the region.