On Wednesday afternoon, a massive Syrian Arab Army (SAA) convoy reportedly arrived to the southern Aleppo front in order to partake in the wide-scale offensive to seize the remaining villages located near the Idlib Governorate’s northeastern border.
Video footage confirmed the Syrian Arab Army’s arrival to this volatile front after a large number of military personnel from the Iranian Army’s 65th Airborne Brigade and IRGC traveled to the large town of Al-Hadher on Tuesday.
The Syrian Arab Army will provide artillery and rocket cover for the Hezbollah, IRGC, and Iraqi paramilitary fighters storming the strategic town of Tal Al-‘Eiss in the coming hours. According to a military source in Aleppo, the 154th Brigade of the 4th Mechanized Division is already in Al-Hadher, but they will not be partaking in the attack on Tal Al-‘Eiss; instead, they will be concentrated near Khan Touman.
As stated previously, the pro-government forces are expected to attack the extremist rebels at Tal Al-‘Eiss in the coming hour; this will begin their southern Aleppo operations.