The sources said that reinforcement troops of the Syrian Army and NDF arrived in the Western countryside of Aleppo to strengthen the government’s front-lines in the Western direction of al-Zahra Association Quarter and al-Rashedeen 4 suburb.
While reinforcements have been arriving in large numbers over the last two weeks, it is not clear if the Syrian Army is launching an offensive anytime soon given the ongoing political negotiations.
The army has threatened the militants in Anadan Plain and Rashedeen 4 suburbs to surrender.
Reports said last week that two senior commanders of Jeish al-Iman affiliated to Ahrar al-Sham were killed in heavy fighting with the Syrian Army troops and popular fighters in Southwestern Aleppo.
Abu Othman al-Hamwi and Abu Sho’aib al-Hamwi, two notorious commanders of Jeish al-Iman, were killed in tough battle with the Syrian government forces.
Also, the army took full control of al-Sanoubarat and al-Mahrouqat hilltops and al-Amara village in the Southern countryside of Aleppo city.
Meantime, the Syrian army destroyed two tanks of the terrorists in Tal Bazu region in the Southwestern outskirts of Aleppo city, killing all the tanks’ crews.