Syrian Army Recaptures Strategic Road in Homs Province


By pushing back militants towards the border with Homs province, the Syrian Army has reportedly managed to create a large buffer-zone along the key road linking the cities of Hama and al-Salamiyah in the country’s southeast.

The Syrian Army and the National Defense Forces (NDF) created a large buffer-zone along the key road linking the cities of Hama and al-Salamiyah in east-central Syria, according to the Iranian news agency FARS.

“Over the last 72 hours, the Syrian army and the NDF have not only captured 11 villages in Southeastern Hama, but also officially reopened the Hama-Salamiyah Road, that is the primary link between these two important cities in central Syria,” the army sources said.

The reopening of the road came shortly after the Syrian troops and the NDF launched a new offensive on the militant groups in the southern areas part of Hama province.




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