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Tahrir Al-Sham Terrorist Destroys Infrastructures of Northern Syria to Prevent Syrian Army’s Advances

Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) has destroyed the communication towers of areas under their control in Aleppo and Idlib as the Syrian Army has been making rapid advances towards the strategic town of al-Tamaneh.

The local sources pointed to Tahrir al-Sham’s destruction of Syrian infrastructure in Aleppo and Idlib as an attempt to conceal its military positions in areas under their control in Aleppo and Idlib from the Syrian Army and Russia.

Meantime, the Syrian Army troops continued their military operations in Southern Idlib, and took control of all farms located between Tal Marq and al-Khowein regions East of al-Tamaneh strategic town.

Meantime, a military source pointed to the Syrian Army’s dominance over the Eastern side of al-Tamaneh, and said that the Syrian Army troops are planning to take control of the town by advancing towards North and East.

In a relevant development on Thursday, the Arabic-language media outlets said that Turkey has decided to establish four new monitoring posts in Idlib province to block the Syrian army’s rapid advances in the region.

The Arabic-language al-Baladi news website affiliated to the militants reported that the Turkish forces want to set up 4 new supervision points near the town of Saraqib, the town of Ariha on Aleppo-Lattakia road in Southern Idlib, the town of Mahmabal and the town of Jisr al-Shaqour in Western Idlib.

It also quoted a field source as saying on Wednesday that a high-ranking Turkish military delegation along with a number of terrorist commanders entered Idlib province through Kafar Lousin passageway, visiting several positions in the South, East and West.

Sources affiliated to the terrorists also confirmed that Turkey intends to strengthen its deployment in Idlib province to prevent the US army advance in the region.

The Syrian army started a new phase of military operations in Southeastern Idlib, regaining control over several strategic regions and approaching the town of al-Tamane’ah.

In a relevant development on Wednesday, the Damascus army backed by the Syrian and Russian air forces foiled a massive attack by the terrorist groups from several directions on the government forces’ military positions in Southeastern Idlib, killing tens of terrorists.

The Syrian Army troops engaged in fierce clashes with a large number of terrorists of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at, Ajnad al-Qafqaz and Harasuddin who had attacked army’s military positions from Tal Marq, Sham al-Hawa, al-Jadouieh and al-Saloumieh West of the strategic town of Aboudali in the South and to the East of Idlib.

The Arabic-language al-Moraseloun news website quoted a military source as saying that the Syrian Army troops killed over 37 terrorists, including foreign militants, in the battle to push back the terrorists’ attack, and also destroyed five armored and bomb-laden vehicles.

It also noted that the Syrian and Russian air forces are currently pounding the terrorists’ military positions in al-Khovein, Um Jalal and the nearby villages in Southeastern Idlib.

The Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper also quoted military experts as saying that the recent terrorist attack on the Syrian Army’s military positions in Southeastern Idlib was conducted at Ankara’s orders and with the aim of influencing the upcoming talks between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

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