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T-90 tanks to the Syrian Army

(Leith Fadel, Almasdarnews) ~ Another convoy of Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Iraqi paramilitary reinforcements have arrived to the city of Al-Safira in Aleppo’s southeastern countryside; however, this time, their intended destination is unknown, as speculation begins about the next large government offensive in this province.

Traveling with the massive convoy of Iraqi and Syrian soldiers was a number of Russian manufactured T-90 tanks that were recently transported to Syria from the Russian Federation.

The Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Mechanized Division has already begun to use the T-90 tanks; however, they were originally limited to only a small number of these expensive military vehicles.

Following another large shipment of T-90 tanks from the Russian Federation, the Syrian Arab Army has swelled the total number of these armored vehicles in their inventory.

The question now that is being asked now is “where will these tanks be used?”

At the moment, the Syrian Arab Army’s Central Command has kept their plans quiet in regards to where they will be attacking next.

While many speculate western and northern Aleppo, a massive convoy of freshly trained Syrian Arab Army recruits have already arrived to the east Aleppo front.

Unfortunately, this still does not provide the answers that we are looking for in regards to the next Syrian Arab Army offensive.

Leith Fadel, Almasdarnews
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