The Syrian Army pushed back terrorists from Latakia Mountains

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The government forces maintained their offensive against terrorists in various parts of the town inflicting heavy losses.

The Syrian Army pushed back terrorists from Latakia Mountains

On Saturday, January 30, it is reported that the Syrian Army and the National Defense Forces continued their advance on the terrorists in the northern mountains of Latakia province after winning a series of fierce battles, capturing Mount Al-Rous, near the border with Turkey.

According to the report, full control over Mount Al-Rous will help the Syrian armed forces to capture the strategic town of Kansba- the most important base of the Jeish al-Fatah terrorist group in the province.

The Syrian Army backed by artillery units and Russian air power, pushed back the militant groups from the strategic town of Ta’ouma to infiltrate the enemy’s defense lines.

However, government forces maintained their offensive against terrorists in various parts of the town inflicting heavy losses.

The Syrian Army and allied forces have been making steady gains for last few weeks in northwestern parts of the country driving the militant groups back from more territories in the region.

Coordinating with the Russian Aerospace Force, the Syrian Arab Army have made significant gains in southern Syria, Aleppo, Deir Ezzor which is a Syrian government held enclave surrounded by ISIS, and advancing towards eastern Homs province and Damascus province.

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