Military Situation In Syria On March 20, 2017 (Map Update)

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This map shows the military situation in Syria on March 20, 2017. Intense clashes are ongoing in the province of Aleppo, in the countryside of Palmyra, at the Salamiyeh-Itriyah road and in Damascus.

Military Situation In Syria On March 20, 2017 (Map Update)

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  • Trustin Judeau

    Save Jobar campaign is coming.Anyway good map.BTW some people suggest another attempt to capture Bukamal

    • Jakke1899

      Bukamal? How could Syrian goverment forces reach so far, if they can’t even reach Deir Ezzor?

  • Jakke1899

    To the people of Southfront:would it be possible to make a joint Syria-Iraq map? Since ISIS doesn’t recognize the Sykes-Picot borders, such a map would give an even better view of the situation.

  • Filip Clem

    In my modest opinion, the pro-Syrian government international coalition, led by the Russian Federation and Iran, needs new additions in real terms – more effective miltiary involvement.
    Both Russia and Iran have been involved substantially in the war against global terrorism and have lost brave servicemen. It is rather awkward that Moscow spends so much for combating the Daesh and affiliated anarhist militant cells in Syria and, at the same time, is subjected to economic sanctions by the Western international community.

    I believe that countries commited to and credible about fighting terrorism, such as: Egypt, Belarus, Kazakhstan, the powerful China and, (to a certain extent), India and/or Pakistan could send small units of special forces or logistics (sappers) units to the aid of the SAA and the NDF. This should be mainly necessary for the fight against Daesh (IS) in Eastern Syria, around Deir Ezzor, the Jordanian border and to South of Raqqah.