Army liberates Joubas, San, and Tarnaba in Idleb countryside, pursues terrorists in direction of Saraqeb

Idleb, SANA_ Syrian Arab Army Units on Monday resumed their concentrated military operations against terrorist organizations in Idleb southeastern countryside and advanced into the direction of Saraqeb after liberating the villages of Joubas, San, and Tarnaba towns and destroying the last terrorist gatherings there.

SANA reporter said that Syrian Arab Army units engaged in violent clashes with terrorists on Monday afternoon and routed them out in areas in the direction of Saraqeb, liberating the village of Tarnaba in the process, and the army is still engaged in violent clashes with terrorists in al-Nairab village north of the Aleppo-Lattakia highway between Saraqeb and Ariha.

The reporter added that units of the army killed members of a terrorist group, affiliated to the so-called “Jaish al-Fatah” in the surroundings of San town. The number of the killed terrorists reached 7 ones, some of them of foreign nationalities.

He said that with the liberation of Tarnaba and crossing the Aleppo-Lattakia highway, the army has cut off terrorists’ supply lines between the cities of Saraqeb and Ariha.

Earlier in the day, the reporter said army units had advanced in the direction of Saraqeb, liberating Joubas and San west of the city.

The reporter had also said that 4 Turkish soldiers were killed and 9 others were wounded during the pursuit of fleeing terrorists, and the Turkish regime’s forces retaliated and targeted the Army’s military units, but no injuries or damage were reported.

On Sunday, the army units liberated the villages of Inqrati, Kafr Batikh and Kafr Dadikh in Idleb southeastern countryside after fierce battles with terrorist organizations, broadening the scope of the army military operations on direction of Saraqeb.

 

 

 

 

 

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