The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) entered the strategic town of #Saraqib on Thursday, following days of a prolonged military offensive in the eastern countryside of #Idlib.

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Footage shows soldiers and a convoy of tanks and other vehicles patrolling the area. The SAA troops surrounded the city after militant forces had reportedly withdrew through the last open road.

“We are continuing towards the city of Sarmin and towards liberating all the territories of the #Syria Arab Republic,” said a Syrian Arab Army officer.

 

Source: RT

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Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

Keep going SAA and push them back to the Turk borders!! God Bless the SAA.

Werner Emde
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Werner Emde

Don’t believe it till I see it. If anything, they’ll push towards Ariha. Think the Russians and Turks may have agreed to give the two motorways to the SAA. Don’t think the Turks will allow any further offensives towards the northwest.