Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army’s New Military Convoys Arrive in Hama Province
Battlefield sources said that the Syrian Army dispatched a military convoy comprising tens of military vehicles, tanks and military hardware as well as hundreds of army soldiers and officers to Souran region in Northern Hama.
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.
The Syrian Army’s fresh convoys, comprising new military equipment and hardware, arrived in Northern Hama as terrorists continue attacks on government forces in the region from the demilitarized zone.
“The Syrian Army dispatched a military convoy comprising tens of military vehicles, tanks and military hardware as well as hundreds of army soldiers and officers to Souran region in Northern Hama,” battlefield sources said.
The sources pointed to Syrian Army’s reinforcement in Hama and Idlib fronts, and noted that reinforcement of the Syrian troops is taking place in line with preparation for battles in Northern Syria.
The Syrian Army’s artillery units, meantime heavily pounded the movements of Jeish al-Izza around the villages of Hasraya, al-Sakhar, Kafar Zita, North of Mahradeh region in Northern Hama, inflicting heavy losses and casualties on the terrorists.
The Syrian troops also targeted and pounded Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) terrorists in the outskirts of the town of Mourek in Northern Hama, preempting their impending attack on government forces.
The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) managed to retake one of the most important military bases of the ISIL terrorist group in Eastern Syria, informed sources said.
The sources said that the ISIL terrorist group has withdrawn from the town of al-Shafa in Eastern Deir Ezzur after heavy clashes with the SDF fighters.
Al-Shafa was one of the most important bastions of the ISIL in Eastern Deir Ezzur after Hajin region.
The sources said the ISIL has retreated towards the town of al-Souseh and the village of al-Bu Badran in Deir Ezzur province.
The ISIL terrorist group is currently in control of about 7 square kilometers along the Euphrates River.
The Syrian Army fortified its military positions in the surrounding areas of the town of Manbij amid intensified clashes between the Ankara-backed militants and Kurdish fighters in Northeastern Aleppo.
The Syrian Army dispatched fresh troops and military hardware to Northwestern Manbij in coordination with the Manbij Military Council Forces on Sunday.
The Kurdish media Hawar News reported that the Ankara-backed militants in Azaz region pounded with artillery shells several military positions in Tal Rafat region in Northern Aleppo.
The battlefield sources, meantime, reported heavy clashes between the Kurdish forces and Ankara-backed militants in the surrounding areas of Jerablus in Eastern Aleppo.
The Turkish army dispatched a new convoy of forces and equipment to borders with Syria’s Hasaka on Sunday to counter the Kurdish militias.
The Turkish army forwarded a long convoy of military vehicles to borders with Syria near the Syrian town of Ra’as al-Ain that is under the Kurdish fighters’ control in Northwestern Hasaka.
The Turkish convoy, including a number of vehicles, Tanks, armored vehicles and a large volume of military hardware, entered the Kilis region.
The Turkish military is preparing to kick off military operations against the Syrian Democratic Forces in Eastern Euphrates.
Meantime, the Arabic-language Al-Manar news website reported that the Turkish Army has fired artillery and rockets at military positions of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Silvaha region in Ra’as al-Ain in Northwestern Hasaka.
The sources said that the Turkish Army attacks on the SDF have taken place after SDF fired at Jilanbiner region in Turkey just opposite to Ra’as al-Ain.
Local sources, meantime, reported that the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces arrested a number of people in Hasaka and Raqqa provinces after accusing them of cooperating with the Ankara forces.
Hawar news had reported earlier this month that the Turkey-backed militants continued shelling the strongholds of the US-backed Kurdish militia in Manbij region in Northeastern Aleppo regardless of the US support for the Kurds.
It added that gunmen of the Turkey-led Euphrates Shield Force targeted the positions of the Manbij Military Council from the village of Tokhar in Northeastern Aleppo.
It further said that the Euphrates Shield forces, deployed in the village of al-Mohsenli, targeted Kurdish militias’ strongholds in al-Sajour region.