BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:20 P.M.) – A large Syrian Arab Army (SAA) convoy entered the northern countryside of the Al-Raqqa Governorate this week to help strengthen the front-lines in the ‘Ayn ‘Issa District.

According to a field source, the Syrian Arab Army troops were accompanied by Russian military personnel, who also deployed to the ‘Ayn ‘Issa District, which is located north of the administrative capital.

The Syrian Army reinforcements were said to have later deployed to the front-lines in ‘Ayn ‘Issa, where they helped strengthen the front-lines in the face of the Turkish-backed militant forces.

The ‘Ayn ‘Issa front has recently witnessed an increase in hostilities between the Syrian Army and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) on one side, and the Turkish-backed militants on the other.

The Turkish-backed militants have repeatedly violated the ceasefire in northern Raqqa, as they often launch artillery shells and rockets towards the defenses of both the Syrian Army and SDF troops.

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gustavo
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gustavo
2020-07-03 23:13

What for ?, just to continue defending from terrorist attacks ?, no sense my friend. Better SAA must carries out a full offensive to recover the whole original Syria land, and to stop feel confortable (?) with 65% of the original Syria land.

Yeah Right
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2020-07-04 05:46

Wish some beer and plexiglass were on those trucks too.
Maybe Trump master of the deal will send some.
Yeah Right……………..

J.Belicka
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2020-07-07 12:39

Go Syria, Russia, Iran.
Get rid of terrorists.