RNA - “The Syrian Army will move towards the ‘death triangle’ comprising the three towns of al-Latamineh, Kafar Zita and al-Zuka after the army’s recent advances in Tal Malh and al-Jobin massively backed by the country’s air force,” the Arabic-language website of the Russian Sputnik new agency quoted a war correspondent Basil Shartouh as saying.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria.
The Syrian Army troops are preparing to impose full control over three strategic military bases of the terrorists in Northern Hama.
The Sputnik news agency quoted a war correspondent Basil Shartouh as saying that the Syrian Army will move towards the ‘death triangle’ comprising the three towns of al-Latamineh, Kafar Zita and al-Zuka after the army’s recent advances in Tal Malh and al-Jobin in a military operation massively backed by the country’s air force.
Shartouh noted that the Syrian Army is now very close to al-Zuka which is the main base of Jeish al-Izzeh terrorists, and said that al-Zuka is the main place from where the terrorists launch rocket attacks on the towns and cities in Northern Hama.
He pointed to the Syrian Army’s recent military advances deep inside the terrorist-controlled areas in Hama after securing al-Saqilbieh-Mahradeh road, and said that the Syrian Air Force has cut terrorists’ movements and supply routes in Idlib in massive air raids.
The Syrian Army troops killed at least over 40 terrorists, most of them foreign militants, in military operations on the road to the town of al-Zuka.
The terrorist groups once again opposed any ceasefire in Northern Syria despite the Syrian Army’s agreement with the militants’ withdrawal from the demilitarized zone and implementation of the Sochi Agreement.
The Syrian Army has agreed to bringing into effect the ceasefire in Idlib province as of Friday night, SANA news agency quoted a Syrian Army’s military source as saying on Thursday.
The source noted that ceasefire in Idlib is conditioned on the implementation of the Sochi agreement on the demilitarized zone that requires the terrorist groups to retreat about 20 kilometers from the demilitarized zone in the province.
Meantime, the Step News website quoted other military sources as saying that the terrorists in Northern Syria have refused any type of ceasefire with the Syrian Army or any agreement to implement the Sochi Agreement.
The news website reiterated that the terrorist groups of the so-called al-Fath al-Mobin operation room had informed Ankara that they would not withdraw from any international highway in the demilitarized zone.
The Arabic-language al-Arabi al-Jadid news website also said that Jeish al-Izzeh commander in Northern Hama Same al-Saleh has refused any ceasefire in Northern Syria.
Hundreds of civilians escaped from the US-controlled al-Rukban Refugee Camp in al-Tanf region of Homs province as the US-backed militants controlling the camp starve the refugees and displaced community to force them into obedience.
About 300 civilians stationed in al-Rukban Refugee Camp in al-Tanf region of Homs province fled incarceration to safe areas under the control of the Syrian Army in Eastern Homs via Jaliqam crossing, the Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper quoted special sources as saying.
According to Fars News Agancy, the civilians leaving the camp pointed to the very difficult conditions at al-Rukban Camp and acute shortage of foodstuff, potable water and hygienic products, and said that the US humiliates civilians, starves them and deprives them of humanitarian aids dispatched to the camp in a move to make them obedient.
Meantime, the Syrian Army troops engaged in fierce clashes with a group of the ISIL terrorists who had attacked the government forces’ military convoy in Badiyeh al-Sukhneh region in Eastern Homs, killing and injuring all terrorists after warding off their attack.
Meantime, the Syrian Air Force in consecutive attacks pounded the ISIL’s movements near T3 Station, around Baiyeh al-Sukhneh and in desert regions stretching to the administrative border with Deir Ezzur, inflicting heavy losses on the militants.
A large number of Syrian children have died in a refugee camp controlled by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Hasaka province in the last seven months, pro-militant websites said.
The number of Syrian children killed in al-Hawl refugee camp in Hasaka province has exceeded 386 in the past seven months, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported on Thursday.
It noted that another 12 kids died in al-Hawl Camp as a result of harsh living conditions as well as shortage of foodstuff, medicine and favorable hygienic conditions.
The SOHR said that the number of kids killed since the start of January has considerably increased.