BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:45 P.M.) – On May 28th, the Syrian War witnessed a lot of troop movement from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Russian military.

According to a military source in northern Syria, the Russian military redeployed several soldiers to the Tal Rifa’at front in northern Aleppo. This move by the Russian military will ultimately block Turkey’s future operation in the area.

The Syrian Arab Army also sent several units to the northwestern Hama and Palmyra fronts this week. The reinforcements to northwestern Hama are expected to take part in the next major battle for the Syrian Army, which will be concentrated on the town of Al-Hobeit.

For all incidents on May 27 and 28, please refer to the map above.

 

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