El día de hoy, el Ejército Árabe Siria (EAS) aseguró oficialmente el cruce de Talilah y estableció control de fuego a lo largo de la reserva de Talilah, una zona desértica todavía en poder de ISIS.

El avance se llevó a cabo por elementos de la 11ra División y 18va División del EAS, que fueron apoyados por un puñado de ataques aéreos.

Al mismo tiempo, los informes sugieren que ISIS estar retirando combatientes del frente el este de Palmyra, y redesplegándolos a las áreas en el norte de Siria para reforzar la gobernación de Raqqa.

Esto podría a su vez acelerar la muy esperada captura de Arak y la base aérea de T3 por parte del EAS, dos sitios ricos en petróleo en el extremo oriente de la provincia de Homs.

Por otra parte, dicho avance aliviaría a las tropas sitiadas del EAS en el frente de Deir Ezzor, que ha estado bajo creciente presión por parte del Estado Islámico en los últimos meses.

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