Jeish Al-Fatah Withdraws from Parts of Two Key Positions in Southern Countryside of Aleppo
Syrian soldiers and popular forces continued to hit the terrorists of Jeish al-Fatah back from their first lines of defense in the village of al-Moshrefeh and the Southern part of Region 1070, inflicting major losses on the militants.
Tiger Forces of the Syrian army, combatants of Nubl and al-Zahra and the Lebanese Hezbollah engaged in an intense battle with Jeish al-Fatah, a coalition of 22 terrorist groups, in al-Taslih academy, and pushed the militants back from more positions.
The pro-government forces’ attacks were so heavy that forced the militant to retreat from parts of al-Moshrefeh and 1070 region.
Military sources underlined crucial role of Syrian Air Force, artillery and missile units in government forces’ advances against terrorist groups in Aleppo battlefields.
On Saturday, Russian fighter jets carried out 120 combat flights over terrorists groups’ gathering centers in Southern and Southwestern Aleppo, inflicting heavy casualties and losses on the militants.
The Russian jets bombed terrorist defense lines in 1070 residential complex, Khan Touman, Khan al-Asal, al-Zerbeh, Abd Rabeh and Ma’arta, inflicting dozens of casualties on the terrorist and destroying their tanks, armored vehicle and vans loaded with arms and ammunition.
In the meantime, a long convoy of vehicles of Fatah al-Sham Front (newly formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as al-Nusra Front) was targeted in the Russian bombardment in Southwestern Aleppo.