El lunes, los contingentes del Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) renovaron su asalto en el cruce de Talilah en un intento de expulsar a los militantes del Estado Islámico de la desembocadura del desierto clave situado al este de la ciudad de Palmira.

Según el aparato mediático del grupo terrorista ISIS, la Agencia Amaq, seis soldados del EAS resultaron heridos de gravedad y otros 15 resultaron levemente heridos tras la fallida ofensiva, permitiendo que Talilah siguiera bajo control de ISIS.

El cruce de Talilah conduce directamente a la estación de bombeo T3 y a la Base Aérea T3, dos instalaciones importantes en el este de Homs que también están bajo control yihadista.

La toma del cruce de Talilah es vital para que el EAS pueda avanzar hacia el este para romper el cerco de Deir Ezor, una ciudad oriental donde miles de soldados del gobierno y unos 85.000 civiles llevan años asediados por militantes de ISIS.

ISIS también atacó los campos de gas recién liberados en al-Shaer, aunque los campos petrolíferos permanecen bajo control gubernamental a pesar de algunas bajas del EAS.

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