The Syrian Arab Army continued their massive buildup of forces in northwestern Syria, today, despite the ongoing talks between the Russian, Iranian, and Turkish leaders in Tehran. 

According to a military source in Hama, Syrian Arab Army sent more reinforcements to the southern provincial axis of the Idlib Governorate this week, as their offensive nears. 

The Syrian Army reinforcements were reportedly redeployed from the southern provinces of Sweida, Damascus, and Dara’a to Hama, along with a large number of tanks and armored vehicles.

Tens of thousands of soldiers have already made their way to the Hama province, as the Syrian Army looks to grow their forces in preparation for the northwestern Syria offensive.

In the coming days, the Syrian Army and their allies will begin their long awaited offensive to retake the Jisr Al-Shughour District, Kurdish and Turkmen mountains, and Al-Ghaab Plain. 

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Nestor Arapa

Prioridad debe ser la frontera Turca desde Latakia, Idlib y Alepo para cortar suministros que envía Erdogan a los terroristas.

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Well there are two way to consider : 1.) Pushing the roaches into Turkey 2.) Rushing along the border but it’d need SDF help -which they are OK to provide, Trump gave the green light- and preferably augmented by CJTF/OIR air support with a creation of a no flight zone for Turks (which is on the table). This would need to send Hezb+IRGC packing, in such case, even Israeli could start helping (dubious, thus Assad could negotiate this if he’s clever). Proceeding this way would secure the funding of Syria’s rebuilding which needs clearly US+EU money : Russia has not… Read more »

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And Russians didn’t stopped bombing too in order to pave the way 🙂

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Russia and Syria must stop making talk without any sense. Idlib is full of terrorists that must be eliminated, point. Turkey is just a supporter and war keeper of terrorists, and it has to go back home, returning the land to Syria. Turkey is an ivasor country. Turkey must go back home, whatever Russia contracts have with this country.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

What are you waiting for ? This build up looks senseless.