The Syrian Arab Army continued carrying out counter-terrorism operations against terrorist organizations across the country, killing a number of terrorists and destroying their arms, dens and vehicles.
Army units destroyed ISIS terrorists’ hideouts and movement axes in the villages of Qulaib al-Thaor, Abu Hbeilat, Tabaret al-Deibeh and al-Hamra and in the surroundings of al-Mufagar and east of Abu Hanaya in the eastern countryside of Hama province.
A military source told Thursday that the army inflicted heavy losses upon the ISIS terrorists in personnel and equipment, destroying a number of their vehicles and cars, some equipped with machineguns.
The Syrian army air force destroyed ISIS terrorists’ positions and vehicles north of Sad Wadi Abyad, northeast of al-Sukhneh, al-Hail field to the east of al-Hair al-Sharqi
Palace in the countryside of Homs Province.
An army unit carried out accurate operations against the dens of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists and their movements west of al-Bajabjeh neighborhood and near al-Jomrok al-Qadeem (Old Custom) in Daraa al-Balad area.
The army’s operations resulted in destroying mortar launchers, several vehicles and motorcycles in addition to killing a number of terrorists.
The army units, supported by the Syrian army air force, destroyed ISIS terrorists’ command centers in al-Bghailiye and al-Rashidiya and a number of their vehicles in al-Howeiqa and al-Hamidiyeh in Deir Ezzor Province.
A 17th aircraft carrying humanitarian aid provided by the World Food Program (WFP) arrived at Qamishli Airport in the northeastern Hasaka province on Thursday.
Head of the WFP office in Qamishli Afraa Nouh said the plane was loaded with 39 tons of food supplies, noting that the total amount of aid that reached Qamishli since the humanitarian aid air bridge was opened on July 9th is 645 tons, including 12,790 food packages.
The first stage of the air bridge includes the delivery of a total of 14,790 food packages via 25 planes, which will be completed in the coming days, according to Afraa.
She pointed out that the second stage of the aid air bridge will begin next month to deliver 15,000 food packages.