After Aleppo Syrian Military More likely to Launch Offensive on Palmyra, Idlib

The Syrian Military who just lately liberated Aleppo from terrorists will focus in 2017 on boosting its positions across the metropolis after which will interact to retake management over Palmyra and, probably, proceed an offensive on Idlib, in keeping with Igor Korotchenko, chief editor of the Russian journal Nationwide Protection.

On December 16, the Russian Protection Ministry’s middle for Syrian reconciliation mentioned that the Syrian military operation to liberate Aleppo’s japanese neighborhoods was over, and that Syrian authorities troops have been eliminating separate hotbeds of militant resistance.

On Thursday, the Syrian military declared victory in Aleppo because the final convoy with militants left the town’s east. The liberation of Aleppo from the novel ingredient is crucial element of a full normalization in Syria, and I hope within the area as a complete,” Russian President Vladimir Putin mentioned at a gathering with Russian Protection Minister Sergei Shoigu. “I believe that in 2017, the Syrian Military will focus its efforts on stopping doable counteroffensives by militants. The army can even defend infrastructure services and residential areas that are already managed by the federal government. One other vital objective is retaking Palmyra,” Korotchenko informed RIA Novosti.

Daesh terrorists first seized the traditional metropolis of Palmyra in spring 2015 and a yr later was compelled out by Syrian authorities troops with air assist from Russian jets. On December 11, Palmyra was recaptured by the Daesh, who pushed the Syrian military out and compelled items to regroup at an airbase dozens of miles westward from the town.

The skilled underscored that the significance of retaking Palmyra is because of its strategic areas and distinctive cultural artefacts. “One other job is to enhance fight capabilities of the Syrian Military and increase morale of Syrian troops. Then, the military could launch an operation to liberate Idlib,” he urged.

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