Syrian Army Repels Terrorists’ Fresh Attack in Demilitarized Zone in Northern Hama

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The Syrian Army’s artillery units opened heavy fire at a group of terrorists and prevented them from prevailing over government forces’ positions in the demilitarized zone in Northern Hama on Sunday.

The artillery and missile units pounded the movements of Kata’eb al-Izzah terrorists Southeast of the small town of al-Latamina in Northern Hama, killing and wounding a number of militants and fending off their offensive.

In the meantime, Syria’s al-Watan daily reported that terrorists affiliated to Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) launched missile attack on the army in Jourin and al-Mashari’a regions in Western al-Ghaab Plain.

It further said that the army, in response, pounded terrorists’ movements and positions in al-Ziyarah and Zizoun in Western al-Ghaab Plain, inflicting major losses on the terrorists.

Meanwhile, the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) pointed to the attacks by Horas al-Deen terrorists on the army in Lattakia province and al-Ghaab Plain, and said that the army’s strongholds in Kabani region in  Northwestern Hama near the demilitarized zone came under terrorists’ fire.

On Saturday, terrorist groups sent more military hardware to Southeastern Idlib in defiance of the terms of the Sochi Agreement that calls for a demilitarized zone.

Terrorist groups dispatched more arms and ammunition to Skeik, al-Taah and Jarjanaz in Southeastern Idlib to boost their defense-combat capabilities.

The terrorists’ move came after their attack on the Syrian Army near Abu al-Dhohour that caused the army’s artillery units to shell terrorists’ positions in the region.

In the meantime, a filed commander said that the terrorists’ attacks on the army prove that Turkey has failed to expel terrorists from the demilitarized zone.

The commander warned that the Sochi Agreement will not survive if the terrorists continue such attacks.

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