Sólo quedan 3 kilómetros entre las posiciones de primera línea de la división de las Fuerzas del Tigre del Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) y el último baluarte del autodenominado Estado Islámico (IS, antes ISIL / ISIS) en la provincia de Alepo, tras el último avance de las fuerzas del gobierno en la región.

Hace media hora, el comando de las Fuerzas del Tigre anunció que sus tropas habían impuesto un control total sobre el pueblo de Sukkariyah, que está situado a 3 kilómetros al oeste de la ciudad de Maskanah, el mencionado bastión de ISIS.

Fuentes militares informaron a Al-Masdar que los yihadistas ya comenzaron a retirarse de Maskanah, mientras el Ejército sirio está ahora en posición de comenzar el asalto a la ciudad.

Es digno de mención que el aparato mediático del grupo terrorista ISIS, la agencia Amaq publicó unas fotografías tomadas en la región esta mañana. Esas fotos probablemente fueron tomadas exactamente en la zona que cayó en manos de las Fuerzas del Tigre horas después.

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