The National Front for Liberation (NFL) destroyed the bridges of al-Tuwayni and Beit al-Ras in the al-Ghab Plains of the northwestern Hama countryside, the Syrian news outlet Enab Baladi reported on September 5.
According to the pro-opposition news outlet, the two bridges, which used to link the opposition-held areas with the government-held areas, were blown up in order to slow down any future offensive by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies.
Last week, the Turkish-backed group blow up two bridges in the same area for the same reason. However, the civilians prevented the militants from destroying a third bridge.
In the last two months, the remaining militants in northern Syria took several measures to secure their last positions including building large fortifications, arresting thousands of civilians who voiced their support for the reconciliation process and deploying large units on the front lines with the SAA.
However, local observers doubt that any these measures would stop an attack on the opposition-held areas in northern Syria because of the SAA and its allies have a significant advantage in the firepower.