The Syrian and Russian offensive in the Aleppo Governorate is expected to start in the next 10 days as reinforcements from the coastal city of Latakia pour into this large province in northern Syria.

According to Al-Mayadeen’s Moscow Bureau, a Russian General told the Lebanese news channel that this massive military operation will begin within the next 10 days.

No further details were provided by Al-Mayadeen; however, if true, this offensive will begin a lot sooner than it was originally anticipated.

In preparation for this government offensive, the extremist rebels of Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group) have reportedly sent a large number of fighters to Aleppo in order to repel the coming assault; this was reported by Sputnik News.

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Callistus Cally Bunke Nwabuikwu
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Callistus Cally Bunke Nwabuikwu

Why advertising this? Just hit ’em up unexpectedly and free the city and her people.

Macdriz6
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Macdriz6

Onward Syria SAA progress with ease,removing terrorist

Stephen Ulyanov
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Stephen Ulyanov

Should you really be broadcasting it then? You’re just giving the enemy the opportunity to prepare for it.

UnPrivateEye
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UnPrivateEye

With Turkish, Saudi and US intelligence, drone coverage, internet chatter, reconnaissance by jihadists of main govt. supply routes (note proximity in Aleppo), it’s impossible for any such large scale mobilization to be secret at all.

Luis Llo Glez
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Luis Llo Glez

Actually, I believe it’s going to start much earlier… They’re advertising the offensive to scare the enemy…

daeshit sucks
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daeshit sucks

Because without advertising it, a large number of nusrashits wouldn’t have been sent to allepo. We can only stress the civilians to leave the area before the offensive beggins

Mk27
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Mk27

“In preparation for this government offensive, the extremist rebels of Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group) have reportedly sent a large number of fighters to Aleppo in order to repel the coming assault; this was reported by Sputnik News.”

this is false, sputnik said the rebels sent 10.000 fighters for an offensive and SAA will try to defend, not vice versa