The militants of the Hayyat Tahrir al-Sham terrorist group continue to retreat under the onslaught of the Syrian Arab army in the Idlib de-escalation zone, reports the Federal News Agency, on Wednesday, August 14, citing military sources.
According to reports, after the Syrian forces liberated the Sukake settlement in the southeastern part of Idlib the day before, fierce clashes with armed gangs did not stop. In particular, while the cleaning of Sukake from the remnants of the Islamists continued, the battles unfolded in Tal.
During the clashes, artillery and missile weapons were used. The Syrian Arab army was able to concentrate attacks on the supply routes of jihadists, depriving them of a chance to get the necessary weapons from the province of Hama. Now the militants fled. They are disarmed and suffer heavy losses.
In addition, artillery and missile attacks by the SAA covered the locations of Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham militants in Kafr Zait and Al-Latamn in the northern part of the Hama province. There, government forces managed to eliminate the terrorist rocket launchers, as well as their strongholds.