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Military Situation In Syria On December 12, 2020 (Map Update)

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Military Situation In Syria On December 12, 2020 (Map Update)

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A brief overview of the recet developments in Syria:

  • On December 11, bodies of two Turkish troops killed in the car bomb attack in Raas al-Ain were transferred to Turkey;
  • On December 11, artillery of Turkish-backed forces shelled SDF positions in the Ain Issa area;
  • On December 11, artillery of Turkish-backed forces shelled SDF positions in the Shahba dam area;
  • On December 12, artillery of Turkish-backed forces shelled SAA positions in Maarat al-Numan city;
  • On December 11, SAA artillery shelled positions of Turkish-backed forces in the villages of Fulaifel, Safuhin and Fatira;
  • On December 12, Russia reported that Idlib militants violated the ceasefire regime in Greater Idlib 36 times: 24 – in Idlib province, 5 – in Aleppo province, 5 – in Latakia province, 5 – in Hama province;
  • On December 11, the Turkish Army reportedly started to dismantle the Surman observation post.

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3 comments

  1. Medo says:

    Unfortunately the Russian intervention in Syria was supposed to achieve its objectives in less than a year. It has been more than five years already without any prospects of ending anytime soon. It seems that despite Russian military successes the polices of the political leadership proved to be inadequate and indecisive allowing itself to be embroiled in all kinds of deals with the forces with the goals totally opposite
    to those of Russia and Syria. With the change of the American government things can get only worse. It seems obvious that by too much of “strategic” thinking and politics the war has stalled and, at this juncture, its end and possible results are quite unpredictable. Russians had missed quite a few chances to bring the war very close to its logical conclusion.

    1. Jim Allen says:

      Total bullshit, pitiful troll.

    2. Assad must stay says:

      i agree with you somewhat, they got a little to close and comfy with torkis, and not standing up to/kicking out US more, and stopping israeli attacks, and stopping SAA to appease torkis, but russia still helped syria immensely, more than words can describe, inshallah the war ends soon

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