Syrian army killed a Tajik commander of ISIS near Aleppo

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ISIS commander Anushravan Azimov, nome de guerre Anas, was killed in a Syrian army offensive near the city of Aleppo in Northern Syria.

Syrian army killed a Tajik commander of ISIS near Aleppo

On Friday, a notorious ISIS terrorist commander with Tajik nationality was killed by the Syrian army in heavy clashes in Aleppo.

According to media reports, today, ISIS commander Anushravan Azimov, nome de guerre Anas, was killed in a Syrian army offensive near the city of Aleppo in Northern Syria.

The report also suggested that Azimov recruited 100 Tajik youth for ISIS.

In a relevant development earlier on Friday, according to the report, at least 40 ISIS terrorists  were killed and many more were wounded in the joint airstrikes in Maskana plains in the Eastern part of Aleppo province bordering the Western part of Raqqa province

Nevertheless, the Arab country is currently observing an agreement for the cessation of hostilities which entered into force on February 27. The agreement stipulates the cessation of all military hostilities in Syria, except for the operations against ISIS terrorist group and al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front militants. From the middle of the March, Russia has been partially withdrawing troops and warplanes from Syria to make an end to the Syrian crisis.

Citing unnamed officials, The Wall Street Journal reported last week that the CIA and its regional partners are developing Plan B in Syria including delivery of MANPADS to so-called moderate rebels, although the CIA didn’t comment on that.

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