Syrian Fighter Jets Launch Heavy Airstrikes on Terrorists’ Idlib-Aleppo Supply Routes
Syrian strikers carried out tens of sorties over the terrorists' supply roads in Idlib to block transfer of fighters, weapons and ammunition to Aleppo.
As the Syrian army continues anti-terrorism operation in the Western and Southern parts of Aleppo city, the country's air force is carrying out air assaults on the supply routes used by the terrorists near the towns and villages of Saraqib, Ma'arat al-Nu'aman, Khan Sheikhoun, Taftnaz, Banish, Ma'arat al-Harmeh, Jebleh and Ariha.
The Syrian army aircraft are carrying out continued reconnaissance flights over the towns and villages in the region to monitor the roads from Idlib to Aleppo. The air force planes are also conducting similar flights over the roads that are used by the terrorists to transfer arms and forces from Idlib to Hama, given the army's vast operations in Hama province.
"At present, the terrorist groups in Aleppo are suffering from an acute shortage of fresh fighters and equipment, thinking more defense rather than offense," the source underline.
In relevant developments in the province on Thursday, the Syrian fighter jets carried out tens of sorties over the terrorists' supply routes which link Idlib to Aleppo to prevent transfer of fighters, weapons and ammunition.
The airstrikes were launched concurrent with the army's continued operations to establish security in Aleppo's Western fronts.
"The Syrian warplanes bombed the terrorists' positions in Jisr al-Shaqour, Ma'arat al-Nu'aman, Saraqib, Jonoudiyeh, Khan Sheikhoun and Afis in Idlib," a military source said.
According to the source, the air force continues reconnaissance flights in the region to monitor the terrorists' supply routes which link Idlib to Aleppo, FNA reported.
Source: Al Alam