Map Update: Progress Of Tiger Forces’ Advance Towards Syria’s Al-Bukamal

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This map shows the progress of the Syrian Tiger Forces’ advance towards the border city of al-Bukamal along the western bank of the Euphrates. Government troops have liberated a large area and now are preparing for a final push to reach positions of their allies near al-Bukamal.

Map Update: Progress Of Tiger Forces' Advance Towards Syria's Al-Bukamal

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  • RichardD

    It looks like the Syrian government coalition is in a position to capture the oil fields on the east side of the river once they close the pocket on Isis on the west side of the river.

    • Γρηγόρης Μελάχρης

      This map is false…SDF have already reach Iraqy border and captured almost all the oilfields in the area…

      • Gregory Louis

        Southfront recycles maps it uses

      • RichardD

        SF is pretty accurate most of the time. Do you have credible links from non opposition sources showing otherwise?

        • Γρηγόρης Μελάχρης

          Yes…You can check (Syria live map) or the Wiki page (Tamplete:Syria Insergency map) !!!

      • You can call me Al

        Irrelevant, hey have already given a couple back. Sit back and watch.

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    • RamboDave

      But, why didn’t they do this weeks ago, from the South East side, from the boarder area controlled by the Iraqi Army? They could have crossed into Iraq, crossed the river, and then attacked back over the boarder from the South East. Obviously, there is some sort of secret agreement between Russia and the US Coalition that prevented this.

      • RichardD

        They’re on the east bank now in multiple places. Some declared and some not. If the former SDF spokesman’s statements are true. There’s a greater Syrian government coalition presence on the east side of the river than is being publicly acknowledged.

        Once they reached DE, I repeatedly was the only one here on these threads suggesting that a presence was being established on the east side also beyond the front lines. Having said that, there are man power issues involved. They required an Iranian boast to take Al-Bukamal. And I’m sure that those troops are still there helping out. It’s a war. These things take time.