Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Sends Fresh Military Convoys to Northern Syria for Imminent Operations

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The Damascus Army sent new military convoys from Deir Ezzur province in Eastern Syria to Hama in the Northern parts of the country to prepare for military operations there.

“Massive military convoys of the Syrian Army comprising hundreds of soldiers from different divisions, including 5th Division, along with military equipment and hardware have been sent to the Northern fronts of Hama province from the cities of al-Mayadeen and al-Bu Kamal in Eastern Deir Ezzur,” battlefield sources in Northern Syria said.

The sources noted that the military convoys had been sent to Deir Ezzur from Northern Hama and Eastern Idlib after the Sochi Agreement.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.

Deir Ezzur

The Syrian Army has dispatched new military convoys from Deir Ezzur province in Eastern Syria to Hama in the Northern parts of the country to prepare for military operations there, informed sources said Saturday.

“Massive military convoys of the Syrian Army comprising hundreds of soldiers from different divisions, including 5th Division, along with military equipment and hardware have been sent to the Northern fronts of Hama province from the cities of al-Mayadeen and al-Bu Kamal in Eastern Deir Ezzur,” battlefield sources in Northern Syria said.

The sources noted that the military convoys had been sent to Deir Ezzur from Northern Hama and Eastern Idlib after the Sochi Agreement.

They reiterated that the Syrian Army has reinforced its positions and forces in all villages and towns of Hayalin, Talmalh, al-Jabin, Sheikh Hadid, al-Moghir, Bridij garrison and al-Jurnia in Western Hama over the past two days, and said that there is a strong likelihood that the Syrian Army will launch massive operation in Idlib province soon.

Meantime, military convoys of the Turkish Army comprising tanks, military vehicles and commando units, have arrived at Turkey’s border with Syria across Idlib province.

Damascus-Quneitra

The Syrian Army discovered large volumes of arms and military equipment, including UK-made weapons, from the positions formerly held by the western-backed White Helmets and other militant groups in Southwestern Syria.

The Syrian Army’s engineering units seized a rather large cache of arms and military hardware from the recently liberated zones in Western Damascus and Quneitra. Army officers said some of the weapons were UK-made.

The government forces said they have also found several British military and a fire extinguishing vehicles as well as bulldozers during their mop-up operations in villages and towns in the region.

Syria and its allies have identified the White Helmets as part of the terrorist groups involved in crimes against citizens.

Hama

The Syrian Army conducted a drone attack on a meeting of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and its allied terrorist groups in Northern Hama, inflicting heavy losses on them.

“The Syrian Army launched a drone attack on a gathering of Jeish al-Izzah terrorist group in the surrounding areas of al-Latamineh town,” the Arabic-language Sputnik quoted a Syrian military source as saying.

The source pointed to the large number of terrorists killed and injured in the army’s drone attack, and said, “The terrorists are in deep fear of more aerial assaults after the attack.”

The Syrian Army troops also pounded the terrorists’ movements in al-Ziareh and al-Mashik villages in Northwestern Hama, inflicting heavy losses on the militants.

Meantime, in response to the terrorists’ attacks on government forces’ positions in Southern Idlib, the army pounded and destroyed militants’ positions in the surrounding areas of Jarjnaz, al-Khowein and al-Qadaqeh, killing a number of them.

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