Syrian Army Dispatches Heavy Military Equipment to Hama, Lattakia to Implement 2nd Phase of Military Operations

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The Syrian Army reinforced its military positions in Jabal Shahshabou region in Northwestern Hama.

Army sources pointed to the arrival of over 500 Syrian Army troops as well as tens of tank and artillery canons in Tal Hawash town in al-Saqalbieh in Northwestern Hama, and said that the Syrian Army intends to take control of the town of Jabal Shahshabou where the Turkish-occupied areas are located.

They also reiterated that the Syrian Army has sent massive military equipment comprising heavy weapons, tanks and missile-launchers to the battlefronts in Northeastern Lattakia.

The sources pointed to deploying military equipment in the Syrian Army’s military points in the surrounding areas of the strategic town of Kabaneh in Northeastern Lattakia, and said that the Syrian Army troops are preparing for military attacks on this region.

In a relevant development on Saturday, informed sources said that a large number of the Syrian Army troops together with military equipment have been dispatched to Northeastern Lattakia for cleaning up operations on the strategic Kabaneh region.

Sources in Northern Syria reported that the Syrian Army’s military convoy comprises over 1,000 troops along with weapons and military equipment.

The sources said that the Syrian troops have been stationed in Tal al-Zawiqat, Hilltops No. 101, 112 and 154 which set the contact lines with terrorist groups in the town of Kabaneh in Northeastern Lattakia, and added that the Syrian Army is planning to take full control of this strategic region.

They reiterated that the Syrian Army’s artillery and missile units have pounded the military positions and movements of terrorist groups in Kabaneh town, inflicting heavy losses on them.

The dispatch of fresh troops to the region comes as the Syrian Army has officially announced liberating regions in Northern Hama and the city of Khan Sheikhoun in Southern Idlib.

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