Missile units of the Syrian Army hit a long convoy of terrorists of the Islamic State group in the northeastern part of Hama province, destroying at least 30 military vehicles of militants.
A long convoy of terrorists of the Islamic State (IS) group was struck by missile units of the Syrian Army in the northeastern part of Hama province near a road, connecting Ithriya town in Hama and the town of Khanasser in Aleppo province. As a result of the attack, at least 30 military vehicles, carrying terrorists and their equipment, were destroyed.
Reportedly, hundreds of IS terrorists, deployed on the eastern side of the road, raided on defense lines of Syrian troops, stationed to the east of the village of Jubb al-Ali, in order to block their supply route to northern Syria, including Aleppo. However, the terrorist group failed to do this.
According to earlier today’s reports, an ambush for an IS military convoy was also set up by Syrian soldiers in the countryside of the town of al-Salamiyah, between the villages of al-Amyeh and al-Hasho. As result, a number of terrorists were killed and a large quantity of their military equipment, including about 100 rocket anti-tank launchers and various kinds of ammunition for guns and machineguns, were seized.