Syrian Army’s Military Convoys Arrive in Northern Syria for Imminent Battle

 The Syrian Army’s military convoys arrived in Northern Syria for upcoming battle with terrorists of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front).

The Damascus Army’s dispatch of convoys comes as other government troops heavily pounded the terrorists’ military positions in Northern Hama.

Field sources in Northern Hama reported that the Syrian Army has sent a large number of troops and military equipment, including tanks and military vehicles as well as heavy weaponry to the surrounding areas of Idlib.

The sources pointed to the reinforcement of the Syrian Army in Northern, Northwestern and Western Hama, and said that the Russian aircraft are constantly monitoring areas under the occupation of the terrorists.

They said that the Syrian Army is likely to kick start military operations in Northern Syria as terrorists show no respect for the agreement on the demilitarized.

Meantime, other Syrian Army’s units in Northern Hama heavily pounded the positions of Tahrir al-Sham and its allied militants in the surrounding areas of the towns of al-Janabareh, al-Latamanieh and Kafar Zita, destroying several of their military positions.

The Syrian troops also launched an attack on the terrorists’ military positions and movements in Hasraya and al-Arbaeen in Northern Hama, inflicting unspecified casualties and losses on them.

In a relevant development on Friday, the Syrian Army thwarted fresh attacks by Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at and their allied terrorist groups from the demilitarized zone on their positions in Northern Hama.

The Syrian Army’s artillery units heavily pounded the military positions of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at and Jeish al-Izza terrorist groups in the surrounding areas of the town of al-Janabereh and al-Latamanieh in Northern Hama in response to terrorists’ attacks from the demilitarized zone.

The Syrian Army troops destroyed several terrorist positions and military equipment in their attacks, and killed a large number of the militants.

Meantime, the Syrian Army’s artillery units also pounded the terrorists’ movements in the towns of Mourek and Hasaraya in Northern Hama, inflicting heavy losses on the terrorists after fending off their attack.

In relevant development on Thursday, the Syrian army pounded the command center of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at in Northern Hama after the terrorist group and its allies’ attacks from the demilitarized zone on government forces.

The Syrian army units responded to the terrorists’ offensives against military points in Northern Hama on Thursday, and targeted their positions near the town of Murak, al-Latamineh, Kafr Zita, Kafr Naboudeh, Wadi al-Dorat and al-Hamirat in Northern Hama.

Meantime, field sources reported that the Syrian army forces destroyed several command centers of Jeish al-Izza militants, killing and wounding several of them.

Also, in Southeastern Idlib, the army troops attacked the terrorists’ moves towards army positions in Jorjanaz, Sakik and al-Khuwain, inflicting heavy tolls on them and wounding several other militants.

In a relevant development on Wednesday, a notorious commander of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at and a close aide to leader of the terrorist group Abu Mohammad Jolani was killed in a failed attack on the Syrian Army’s military positions in Southeastern Idlib.

“During an attack by Tahrir al-Sham and their allied militants on the Syrian Army’s military positions near Abu Dhuhour Military Airport in Southeastern Idlib, senior commander of Ajnad al-Kavkaz, nom de guerre Abu al-Bara Qafqazi, was killed,” the Arabic-language service of the Russian Sputnik news agency quoted local sources in Idlib province as saying.

The report noted Qafqazi’s proximity with Abu Mohammad Jolani and that he was second-in-command of Tahrir al-Sham who had taken part in worst possible crimes in Northern Syria.

The sources were also quoted by Sputnik as saying that al-Qafqazi also in cooperation with Jolani played an important role in facilitating passage of terrorists from Central Asia and Caucasus via borders with Turkey.

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