Latest military reports from Syria indicate that the country army soldiers have made fresh gains in the war against the Islamic State (ISIL) terrorists on northern outskirts of Deir Ezzur.
The report shows that the Syrian Army forces expanded the range of their advances on the Northern outskirts of Deir Ezzur on Tuesday, taking control of several terrorists’ positions on the Eastern bank of the Euphrates River.
In an intensified operation, the army soldiers successfully pushed ISIL away from more positions on the Eastern bank of the Euphrates River and accessed al-Siyasah bridge.
The also managed to strike and cripple ISIL’s movements and positions in the villages and towns of Mahkan, Albu Leil, Bu Amr, al-Asharah, al-Qouriyeh, al-Hosseiniyeh, al-Salehiyeh, al-Janineh, Mahimideh and the neighborhoods of al-Hamidiyeh, al-Roshdiyeh, al-Huweiqa, al-Omal, al-Arzi and Kanamat.
Reports earlier today (Wednesday) indicate that that the army men hit ISIL’s defense lines North of Deir Ezzur city and captured the village of Hatleh Sharqi on the Eastern bank of the Euphrates River, killing tens of terrorists and destroying their positions.
In another operation, the Syrian army soldiers, meantime, repelled an attack of ISIL terrorists in al-Mayadeen, destroying two bomb-laden vehicles and killing 10 terrorists.