TEHRAN (FNA)- The terrorist groups launched massive offensives on the Syrian Army’s military positions in the battlefronts against the government forces in the battlefronts in Northwestern Syria despite implementation of ceasefire there, media reports said.
The Arabic-language Al-Watan newspaper quoted a Syrian Army’s military source as saying that the terrorist groups pounded the surrounding areas of the town of al-Hamamilat with rockets and mortars from several towns and villages in Northwestern Hama.
The source noted that the Syrian army’s artillery and missile units also pounded the terrorists’ military positions in al-Hawiz, Karkat, Kafar Zita, al-Jabin, Jeb Suleiman, al-Hawija, Tal al-Sokhr and al-Zuka in Northern Hama, destroying several of their military positions and hideouts.
It, meantime, said that the so-called ‘Elite Forces’ affiliated to Ankara-backed Jbahat al-Shamia have been sent to the battlefronts in Northwestern Hama.
Meantime, the terrorist groups pounded ten settlements in Lattakia, Hama and Idlib with artillery units despite the unilateral ceasefire declared by the Syrian army.
Chief of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Opposing Parties in Syria Viktor Kupchishin said two Syrian servicemen were killed and seven more were wounded in the terrorists’ attacks.
In a relevant development on Sunday, media reports said that the terrorist groups have launched a new wave of massive attacks on Syrian Army’s military positions in Hama and Idlib to show their opposition to a request by Turkey from Syria to implement its commitments of the Sochi Agreement.
The Arabic-language version of the Russian Sputnik news agency quoted informed sources in the Syrian Army as saying that the recent truce in Hama and Idlib has been enforced after the Turkish government with Russia’s mediation asked the Syrian government to give the latest deadline to Ankara to implement its commitments under Sochi agreement and reopen the Aleppo-Hama-Lattakia international highway.
The local sources in Idlib province said that several terrorist commanders decided to reject the ceasefire after holding a meeting and the spokesman for Ankara-backed National Liberation Front (NFL) terrorist group Naji al-Mostafa confirmed that the terrorist groups have rejected the call for truce in Northern Syria.
The terrorist groups launched rocket and mortar attacks on Jabaleh region in Lattakia and Russia’s Humeimem base and al-Zalaqiat in Northern Hama.
The Syrian Army units also thwarted massive attacks by Tahrir al-Sham terrorists towards military points in Abu al-Dhohour in Southeastern Idlib and Jabal Shahshabou in Northwestern Hama, inflicting heavy losses on them.
Ankara Sends Thousands of Terrorists to Hama from Aleppo to Reinforce Tahrir al-Sham
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Turkish Army dispatched thousands of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) militants from Northern Aleppo to Hama to back up Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front).
“The Turkish Army has sent the terrorists under its umbrella of coalition to Northern Hama from Afrin and Izaz to support Tahrir al-Sham terrorists in its battle against the Syrian Army,” the Kurdish-language Hawar News website reported.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.
The Turkish Army has dispatched thousands of the FSA militants from Northern Aleppo to Hama to back up Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at, Kurdish-language media outlets said.
Kurdish-language Hawar News website reported that the Turkish Army has sent the terrorists under its umbrella of coalition to Northern Hama from Afrin and Izaz to support Tahrir al-Sham terrorists in its battle against the Syrian Army.
It noted that a military convoy comprising hundreds of Ankara-backed militants together with weapons and military equipment have been sent to Northern Hama via Qazawiyeh crossing in Southern Afrin.
The sources close to the terrorist groups reiterated that hundreds of FSA terrorists have moved towards Idlib to reach battlefronts in Hama. The FSA terrorists moved from Izaz, Jarablus, Al-Bab and Afrin in Northern and Northeastern Aleppo.
Meantime, the Turkish Army sent several of its troops and military equipment, including its elite forces, to the city of Qiriq Khan in Hatay region in Southern Turkey behind borders with Syria.
The Damascus Army’s air defense systems shot down more Israeli drones before they could arrive in Quneitra, media reports said.
Israel’s Army’s drones continued attacks for the second consecutive day on Quneitra province, the Arab-language media outlets reported.
The SANA news agency reported that the Syrian Army’s air defense systems targeted aerial vehicles coming from Occupied Golan that had violated Quneitra province’s airspace.
The Arabic-language version of Sputnik news agency, meantime, pointed to the possibility that the drones have been spy aircraft and the Syrian Army’s air defense had confronted two of them that had violated the Syrian airspace in Jabal al-Sheikh in Western Occupied Golan and Khan Arnabeh in Quneitra.
The Kurdish forces backed by the US-led coalition have prepared to launch military offensive against the Syrian Army and resistance forces in Deir Ezzur Province, media reports said.
The Turkish-language Anatoly news agency quoted local sources as saying that After taking control of Eastern Euphrates region, the Kurdish fighters are preparing to launch an attack on Damascus-backed forces in Eastern Euphrates in Deir Ezzur.
It noted that the US-led coalition forces are training the Kurdish fighters Ain Issa bases in Raqqa province and al-Amr oil region in Eastern Deir Ezzur, adding that the trainings include passing through mobile bridges and rivers.
The US-led coalition forces and Kurdish fighters are looking for winning the support of regional tribes for launching the attack after residents of the region called for holding massive protests in Eastern Euphrates and called for expulsion of US-backed Kurdish fighters.
Meantime, the US-led Kurdish militants have held meetings with tribal leasers in al-Amr oil zone.