10 nuevas aldeas fueron controladas por las fuerzas pro-gubernamentales en el campo oriental de Alepo después de que el Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) completara una ofensiva contra los combatientes de ISIS en la región.

Efectivamente, las Fuerzas Tigres del EAS fueron capaces de imponer el control total sobre Alisah, Zaaraya, Am Talatel, Umm al-Amad, Barleen, Abu Tawil, Rahmaniyah, Umm Miyal y As Safre el jueves. Estas aldeas no han estado bajo control gubernamental desde 2012.

Además, tropas sirias también se apoderaron de la colina funeraria conocida como ‘Tall Zaaraya’, a unos 11 kilómetros al noreste de Deir Hafer, la última ciudad de ISIS en la provincia de Alepo.

Mientras tanto, las ‘Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias’ (FDS) entregaron oficialmente la aldea adyacente de Abu al-Khaf después de llegar a un acuerdo en el que Rusia intercedió el día antes que permite que el EAS tomara el control de un gran tramo de territorio kurdo al oeste de Manbij.

Debido a la ofensiva de las Fuerzas Tigres hoy, las tropas del gobierno no están a más de 20 kilómetros de llegar al río Éufrates. A partir de entonces, el EAS podría lanzar una ofensiva hacia Raqa, la capital del Estado Islámico.

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