The Syrian army controls the oil field of Deir al-Zour and Homs

The Syrian army controls the oil field of Deir al-Zour and Homs
    The Syrian army controls the oil field of Deir al-Zour and Homs
    A Syrian military source announced the control of an oil field and several areas in the vicinity of the Syrian countryside of Deir al-Zour and five villages in the vicinity of the eastern Homs countryside in the center of the country.
    The Syrian news agency (SANA) quoted the military source as saying that units of the army, in cooperation with the allied forces, regained control of five villages in the eastern countryside of Homs, Umm Sankir, al-Harash, Terrorism and its gatherings.

    The source pointed out that the operations resulted in "the killing of many terrorists organization calling and destroying their weapons and equipment," indicating that units of the army is pursuing "chasing remnants of terrorists in the region."

    Syrian Arab Army units, in collaboration with their cooperating forces, continued their operations successfully on the Sokhna / Deir al-Zour axis and tightened control over the oil field and surrounding areas. They continued their march towards Deir al-Zour after they had inflicted heavy losses on many of the equipment. DAMASCUS, (SANA) - Syrian forces launched a military campaign to expel a pro-Islamic organization from Deir al-Zour, which is fighting the Syrian army in its western countryside, to fight against jihadists.

    "We are going to take the first step to liberate the Euphrates River in the province of Deir al-Zour," said Ahmed Abu Khawla, head of the Deir al-Zour military council in the Syrian Democratic Forces.

    In the meantime, the Russian Defense Ministry announced that the Russian military in the Special Commission for Armistice Affairs in Syria have detected in the last 24 hours 8 violations of the cease-fire in various Syrian provinces.

    A statement by the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday that the violations included five cases in Aleppo and 3 in Quneitra. Most of the shootings were random and were monitored in areas under the control of the Nasra Front and the terrorists.

    Meanwhile, the Washington-based International Fighting Alliance (Da'ash) announced that it had stopped its surveillance through the planes of the convoy carrying terrorist elements and their families in the Syrian desert near the Iraqi border.

    The coalition said in a statement released by Al-Hurra television channel that the suspension of the surveillance came to ensure that the collision avoidance efforts to defeat the organization and at the request of Russian officials during the attack on Deir al-Zour.
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