Syrian Army Sends Massive Military Convoys, Equipment to Hama, Idlib for Imminent Operations

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army dispatched large military convoys and hardware to Northern Hama and Southern Idlib for upcoming battles with the terrorists as clashes between the government troops and the militants in the demilitarized zone have increased, media reports said.

The Arabic-language service of Russian Sputnik news agency quoted military sources as saying that the Syrian army’s military convoys comprising armored vehicles, artillery and personnel-carriers have been sent to Northern Syria from the country’s South.

It noted that the dispatch of Syrian troops and military equipment to the Northern and Southern fronts of Idlib indicates imminent military operations in the region against Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) terrorists who are in control of major areas in these regions.

Meantime, the Syrian army’s artillery and missile units pounded and destroyed the terrorists’ military positions and movements before they could target the army’s military positions in Northern Hama from Wadi al-Dourat, al-Latamanieh, Hasraya and Lahaya regions.

In Southeastern Idlib, the Syrian army also incurred heavy losses on the terrorists by destroying their military positions in al-Zarzour and al-Farajeh villages in response to their attacks from the demilitarized zone.

In a relevant development, the Damascus Army in response to the continued terrorists’ attacks from the demilitarized zone in Northern Syria pounded the militants’ movements in Aleppo, Hama and Idlib provinces, inflicting heavy losses on them.

The Syrian Army with heavy artillery attacks pounded the military positions and movements of the terrorists in the small town of al-Baneh in Northern Hama, destroying several posts as well as killing and wounding a number of terrorists before they could attack the government forces’ positions in the area.

Meantime, other Syrian army units targeted the military positions and headquarters of Islamic Turkistani Party terrorist group in the surrounding areas of the villages of al-Najieh and Badama West of Jist al-Shoghour in Western Idlib and near the demilitarized zone, destroying several targets and inflicting heavy losses on terrorists.

In Western Aleppo, the terrorists stationed in al-Rashedeen district launched rocket attacks on the residential areas in new regions of Aleppo and al-Hamdanieh. Another group of terrorists stationed in the surrounding areas of Jamiat al-Zahra region launched rocket attacks on residential areas near the local bazaar near Al-Nil street. The Syrian army also responded by launching heavy artillery and missile attacks on terrorists’ positions in al-Rashedeen region, destroying several military positions of the terrorists as well as killing and wounding a number of them.

Source: FARSNEWS

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