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The Syrian Arab Armed Forces and Allies officially launched the Operation to retake the Syrian Desert toward the Syrian-Iraqi borders.
In the first phase of the operation, SAA and Allies secured an area of 1300km2, isolated the remaining pockets in Eastern Damascus that might cause disturbances in the Capital and placed them under complete siege cutting them off from the Desert and from there to the Jordanian borders where they get their arms and funds; and also secured al-Seen airbase from any possible threat by these terrorist groups.
Simultaneously, the Syrian Arab Army and Allies launched an operation in the Eastern Countryside of Aleppo after successfully blocking an Turkish activity in the area.
Alongside an operation from Palmyra in which the Syrian troops secured the hilltops overseeing the roads toward Palmyra and thus making any possible flanking by ISIS or any other group a suicide before continuing their push deeper in the Syrian Desert.
Today, and despite every foreign effort to hold them back, the Syrian Arab Armed Forces and their Allies initiated their operations in the Syrian Desert from multiple axes and simultaneously; and for the first time, the breaching units were not transported between axes, today all the units are at the same level of experience, training and readiness; launched what could be the largest operation SAA launched since the beginning of the war, and one of the most discrete operations we came to see yet…
Long terrorist convoy was hit hard by SAAF and RuAF…………………