BEIRUT, LÍBANO (5:45 P.M.) – El presidente sirio Bashar Al-Assad visitó hoy el campo del sur de la gobernación de Idlib para reunirse con las tropas y observar sus operaciones de campo.

Durante su visita, el presidente sirio se reunió con el famoso comandante militar sirio, el mayor general Suheil Al-Hassan, quien dirige la élite de la 25ª División de Fuerzas de Misión Especial (anteriormente Fuerzas Tigre).

Apodado “Al-Nimr” (Tigre), el general Hassan actualmente dirige las operaciones en la región sur de Idlib y se espera que lidere la próxima gran ofensiva en la gobernación.

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