“The Russian and Syrian warplanes targeted the Jeish al-Fatah convoy in Southern Idlib,” the sources said, adding, “Most of the vehicles that were carrying a large volume of weapons and a number of fresh terrorists to the Northern and Northeastern territories of Hama were destroyed in the air raids.”
In the meantime, Russian fighter jets pounded Jund al-Aqsa’s bases at television-radio building complex, al-Hal bazaar and cooking-oil Company in Saraqib.
The Syrian army troops, for their part, engaged in heavy fighting with terrorist in Northern Hama, and killed tens of militants, including commander of Abna al-Sham Abu Riyan al-Homawi and Belgian Abu Abdullah.
Earlier today, the Syrian air force bombed Jeish al-Fatah’s positions in al-Tamanna, al-Mutawaseteh, Maarat al-Nu’aman and Eastern side of Khan Sheikhoun, claiming the lives of dozens of militants.
Jeish al-Fatah also suffered a heavy death toll and its hardware sustained major damage in the Syrian fighter jets’ attacks on the group’s stronghold in Saraqib.
The Syrian army planes, meantime, dropped surrender-now leaflets over militant-held regions in Saraqib.