“The Syrian Army has recently dispatched hundreds of troops together with new military equipment, including several military vehicles, tanks, artillery canons and mid-range missiles, to battlefronts in Northern and Western Hama as well as Southern Idlib,” battlefield sources in Northern Syria said.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.
The Syrian Army reinforced its military positions for upcoming operations in Northern Syria amid intensified attacks by Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at on government forces from the demilitarized zone.
“The Syrian Army has recently dispatched hundreds of troops together with new military equipment, including several military vehicles, tanks, artillery canons and mid-range missiles to battlefronts in Northern and Western Hama as well as Southern Idlib,” battlefield sources in Northern Syria said.
They pointed to the imminent military operations by the Syrian Army in Northern Syria, and said that the Syrian Army has reopened Abu Dhuhour humanitarian corridor in Southeastern Idlib to allow civilians move towards areas under its control.
Meantime, the terrorist groups stationed in Northern Syria have blocked passage of civilians from Idlib crossing point.
Meanwhile, other Syrian army’s units pounded Tahrir al-Sham’s military positions in the town of al-Tamana’eh in Southeastern Idlib and destroyed several of their positions and military equipment.
In Northern Hama, the Syrian Army also targeted and pounded the terrorists’ movements, West of Hasraya town, killing and wounding a large number of militants.
The Arabic-language service of Russian Sputnik news agency also reported that the Syrian Army’s air defense systems hit three drones near Humeimem base and the city of Jabaleh. The drones had taken off from a region between Northeastern Lattakia and Jisr al-Shoghur in Southwestern Idlib.
Several military convoys of the Turkish Army’s Special Forces arrived behind the border with Syria in preparation for imminent operations against the Kurds in Eastern Euphrates region.
“The Turkish army has dispatched massive military convoys comprising units of Special Forces to Hatay region across the border with Syria,” military sources said.
The sources also said that the new military convoys comprising troops and military equipment have been sent to Gaziantep region in Southern Turkey.
Meantime, Turkish newspaper Yeni Shafaq reported that phases to create a safe zone in Northern Syria will start soon.
It pointed to the imminent military operation against Kurdish fighters in Northern Syria, and said that the upcoming operations will start from Manbij and will be extended to Tal Abyaz in Raqqa and Ra’as al-Ain in Hasaka province.
More dead bodies of the victims of the US-led coalition’ s airstrikes and massacres committed by the ISIL were found from mass graves and debris of buildings in Raqqa, media reports said.
“The Raqqa civil team retrieved the corpses of three victims of the US-led airstrikes from a building in al-Badou district and another body from under the debris of buildings in al-Haramieh district,” media activists said.
Activists also said that the corpses of 12 victims of the ISIL’s crimes were discovered from a mass grave in Fakhikheh village in the Southern part of the city of Raqqa.
The news comes as more bodies of the victims of ISIL’s crimes and the US airstrikes are discovered from the mass graves and ruined buildings a year after the occupation of Raqqa by the US army and its affiliated SDF militants.