Thursday - 21 Sep 2017 | 07:24:13 Home  |  Sitemap  |  RSS   
 Eight persons injured due to terrorist attacks in Deir Ezzor   ::::   Ambassador Sabbagh: Some UN member states support Israel in developing its nuclear capabilities   ::::   Army opens humanitarian corridors in Deir Ezzor to secure exit of civilians leaving ISIS-held areas   ::::   Cabinet approves economic and social plan for Deir Ezzor city   ::::   Ambassador Ala: Reports of International Commission of Inquiry on Syria indicate its lack of authority or jurisdiction   ::::   Egyptian Foreign Ministry stresses importance of ending foreign interference in Syrias internal affairs   ::::   A citizen killed, several others injured in several areas due to terrorist attacks on residential neighborhoods   ::::   Army confronts Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists attack in Hama, advances in eastern bank of Euphrates River in Deir Ezzor   ::::   Syria, Russia to enhance economic relations   ::::   Homs governor, UNHCR discuss enhancing joint cooperation   ::::   US-led coalition kills 12 civilians in Deir Ezzor countryside   ::::   Kuralenko: Russia working with Syrian government to prepare for return of displaced people to areas liberated from terrorists   ::::   500 families displaced by terrorism return to their homes in Aleppos Manbij area   ::::   After ten days of breaking the siege, Deir Ezzor city is recovering its vitality   ::::   Head of Italian parliamentary delegation: Syria faces multiple terrorism   ::::   Al-Shaer gas field in Homs restarts production   ::::   Army secures Deir Ezzor Airports landing strips, gains control over new areas in eastern countryside of Homs   ::::   Meetings of the work group on cessation of hostilities in Syria guarantor states kick off in Astana   ::::   President al-Assad receives letter from President Putin conveyed by Minister Shoygu congratulating him on breaking siege on Deir Ezzor   :::: 
http://www.shamrose.net
Home » Latest news
Share |
Army secures Deir Ezzor Airports landing strips, gains control over new areas in eastern countryside of Homs
Army secures Deir Ezzor Airports landing strips, gains control over new areas in eastern countryside of Homs
Syrian Arab Army units continued operations to secure the perimeter of Deir Ezzor Military Airport and Regiment 137, in conjunction with concentrated operations to eliminate ISIS terrorists form the province’s southeastern countryside.

SANA’s correspondent said that an army unit that established control over al-Thurda Mountains and met with the Airport’s garrison a few days ago is carrying out demining in the area and securing and clearing landing strips in preparation to resuming safe takeoff and landing operations at the Airport.

The correspondent said the Syrian Air Force conducted several sorties targeting movements and positions of ISIS in al-Jnaina, al-Maryaiya, and al-Beghailiya villages, killing and injuring many terrorists and destroying their fortified positions.

Meanwhile, local sources in the province’s western countryside said that more ISIS terrorists have fled the area, including ISIS’ “agriculture minister” Abdelrahman Okla al-Aref and one of the leaders of the terror organization’s “Islamic police” Okla al-Aref.

Homs

Army units, in cooperation with the supporting forces, continued pursuing groups of ISIS terrorists in the eastern countryside of Homs province. regaining control over the towns of Zagroutiyeh, Darwishiyeh, Lwaibdeh, Ghuniman, and Umm Sagh with a front of 12km and a depth of 6km to the north of Manoukh in Jib al-Jarrah area.

A military source told SANA Wednesday that the army operations left a number of ISIS terrorists dead, in addition to destroying their
weapons and equipment, including armored vehicles and machinegun-equipped cars.

Engineering units dismantled the landmines and explosive devices which ISIS terrorists had planted in the roads and the squares of the
aforementioned towns, the source added
syriandays
Wed 2017-09-13  |  07:40:46   
Back Send to Friend Print Add Comment
Share |

Would you like to comment on the subject ? 
: Your Name
: Country
: Subject
: Comment

: Code
   
http://www.
SEARCH
Copyright syriandays.com - All rights reserved
Powered by Ten-neT.biz ©