Syrian Army Further Advancing In Eastern Aleppo, Blocking Turkey And Its Proxies (Map Update)

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Syrian Army Further Advancing In Eastern Aleppo, Blocking Turkey And Its Proxies (Map Update)

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The Syrian Army’s Tiger Forces have been rapidly advancing against the ISIS terrorist group in the eastern part of the Aleppo province.

On February 25, the Tiger Forces liberated Abu Jabbar Kabeer, Al-Qeteh and Manazir Al-Jiraf from ISIS terrorists and deployed in about 11 km from the positions held by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, predominantly Kurdish YPG units.

If pro-government forces reach SDF frontlines in Aleppo, they will phisically cut the Turkish army and its proxies off from any chances to advance in central Syria. At the same time, the government operation in the area pursues another goal – to isolate and to retake the important ISIS-held town of Deir Hafer.

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