The Syrian Arab Army soldiers successfully repelled two attacks by militants of the Hayat Tahrir ash-Sham terrorist group in the province of Hama.
According to media reports, for this assault the largest gangs in the Idlib de-escalation zone sent a large group of militants, consisting of both representatives of the HTS and people from other loyal groups. Thus, in the area of the settlement of Tell-Milch in the north-west of the province, terrorists attempted to seize the posts of government troops. At the same time, the second group of militants attacked the positions of the CAA in the village of Wadi Usman.
The efforts of jihadists were in vain. Government forces reportedly repulsed both attacks. As a result of the fighting, several militants were killed or injured. Terrorist armored personnel carriers, mobile jihad and other military equipment were also destroyed.