BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:50 P.M.) – The Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister, Faisal Mikdad, stated on Wednesday that the government will retake all of the territory currently outside the control of the state.

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), Mikdad made this comment during a meeting with a political delegation from Mauritania’s Socialist Democratic Unionist Party.

The Mauritanian political delegate, Wild Aziz, congratulated the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) on their victories against terrorism, while also offering solidarity with the national government.

Late last month, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad also made a similar statement during a press conference with the Russian media.

The Syrian President vowed to retake every inch of Syria, including the Idlib Governorate and areas controlled by the US-backed forces.

Since the Syrian President’s statement, the Syrian Arab Army and their allies have been steadily building up their forces around the Idlib Governorate, as they prepare to kickoff this long-awaited operation.

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ranix
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God is the best of all planners.

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Nope, I’ve really fücked the whole thing up with the Middle-East…
It’s full of boring stupid bigots.

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El reto más difícil en futuro cercano será recuperar territorios ocupados por el gobierno Turco en Afrin, territorio ocupado por SDF con apoyo de EE.UU y por último desierto de Al-Tanf donde están estacionados otros mercenarios a cargo de EE.UU.

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Mala traducción: El reto difícil resultará AFRIN-NORTE de ALEPO, el territorio ocupado por SDF apoyado por EE.UU. y por último desierto de Al-Tanf donde están estacionados otros mercenarios con auspicio de EE.UU.

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I don’t know if it’s desirable to take back all areas. Let the Turks keep Afrin, Al-Bab, and maybe Tall Rifaat, Sarmada, Darat Izza, something like that. That’s where you send all terrorists and terrorist supporters for them to kill each other. Even later on, whenever you have an Islamist cell, you send them up there.
Losing territory is a bad thing, but after all these years of war it may be better to lose a little stripe of land rather than having to reintegrate all these crazies.

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Not a smart move to attack sdf unless Syria is all rigged up with a sht load of s400.
Bold words for a little country that would of fallen without allies, and those allies I doubt will attack sdf/US. Idlib then deescalate and rebuild would be a more sain gameplan.

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He didn’t say that they’d attack SDF. He said they’d take back the territories. The SDF know that they can’t become independent because Turkey won’t allow it and because the Yanks are unreliable (as Afrin has proved again). So there’s reason to expect that the SDF will eventually reintegrate, maybe in exchange for an autonomous region in the predominantly Kurdish areas in the north.

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You should know one thing you Zionist roach Assad, your Zionist friends usa and it’s coalition with Russia won’t save you, just like you Los your country in 2015 you will lose it again easily as soon as try don’t cover you with airsupport, they took it from you in days it takes you years to take back despite you having every Zionist country who supports you.

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Says the the wahabitch.

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May I suggest a correction?
It should be: “says the zionist wahabitch”.