The situation in Syria’s northwestern Hama became relatively stable after a series of failed attacks by militants on positions of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies during the past week. In turn, pro-government forces did not make any further gains north of Kafr Nabudah also.
According to local sources, a new upcoming phase of the SAA offensive in this part of the so-called de-ecalation zone should not be expected in the nearest future despite reports regarding the deployment of reinforcements in the area.
The future developments on this part of the frontline will likely depend on actions of militant groups that are now working to re-group and resupply its units that had suffered from recent clashes.
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