Syria: Army Gains More Ground, Aleppo to Finally Receive Regular Water Flows

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March 14th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– SANA – – translated by Samer Hussein –   

                                     

Syrian Forces made new gains later on Monday all over the country.

In the province of Aleppo, Air Force units annihilated dozens of ISIS terrorists, thwarted their supply routes, destroyed their headquarters and installations, located west of Deir Hafer. The latter is known for being the “regional stronghold of ISIS”. Southeast of the town of Al Khafsi, the army regained control of 2 water pumping stations. This brings the number of the available water stations in Aleppo province to 20. It is estimated that the residents of Aleppo will finally receive regular water flows within Tuesday. Sanitation procedures have already been made.

New gains were also made in Palmyra. After regaining control of the Sabkhat Al Mooh power plant project earlier on Monday, the Army and its allies continued with their operations against ISIS. 

According to the field reports, units of the Syrian Army and its allies managed to regain control over the silos area, located 15 km east of Palmyra. ISIS terrorist faced severe human and material losses. The engineers are currently dismantling IEDs and landmines that were left over by the terrorists. 

Ever since the Syrian Army and its allies (backed by Russian aerial support) liberated Palmyra on March 2nd this year, more and more gains are being made on a daily basis. The Army has so far regained control over several strategically important hills, oil platforms and power plants. 

In the province of Deir Ez Zour the Army continued its actions against the ISIS positions in the graveyard areas and the surrounding areas of the Deir Ez Zour Airport, destroying their equipment and annihilating dozens of the terrorists. ISIS positions in the village of Al Jufrah, located east of Deir Ez Zour, were also hit.

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