Syrian Army’s nearly in full control of southeastern Hama
The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is on the verge of being in full control of Hama’s southeastern axis, following their latest reconciliation agreements with the locals in the area.
Led by a joint Russian-Syrian delegation, the government was able to secure a deal with the town locals in Taqsis to return six localities that had previously been occupied by the Islamist rebels.
With the government in full control of these six towns, the Syrian Arab Army is close to fully sealing off the southeastern axis of Hama from the Islamist rebels in the nearby Al-Rastan Plain of Homs.
The Syrian military is now working to reconcile with the remaining towns under the control of the Islamist rebels in southeastern Hama.