“At least 70 Uyghur and Caucasian militants have been killed in the Great Epic Operation on government troops’ positions in the Western and Southwestern parts of the Aleppo city in the last seven days,” the sources said.
“Fatah al-Sham Front (the al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) and some other terrorist groups launched the Great Epic Operation in Western and Southwestern Aleppo city on October 28 to remove the siege on their comrades in the Eastern districts of Aleppo,” the sources added.
“In the meantime, only 86 Syrian terrorists have been killed in the first nine days of Great Epic Operation in Aleppo,” the source said.
The army and its allies have laid siege on thousands militants in the Eastern part of Aleppo city.
Media sources said for their part that the real number of killed militants in Great Epic Operation is larger than the number which is announced by the terrorist groups and their backers.
Sources close to the terrorist groups admitted on Wednesday that between 2,200 up to 2,500 militants have been killed or wounded in their large-scale offensive on government forces’ positions in the Western and Southwestern parts of Aleppo city in the last few days.
The Arabic service of RT quoted the sources as saying that the terrorist groups suffered between 2, 200 up to 2,500 casualties, including a large number of non-Syrian militants, in their Great Epic Operation on Army positions in Western and Southwestern Aleppo.
Terrorist groups-affiliated media acknowledged on Saturday that hundreds of militants were killed or wounded in failed attacks on the positions of the government troops in the second wave of the Great Epic Operation in Western and Southwestern Aleppo.