VT Damascus – by Nahed Al Husaini
Victory and more
Thank you President Vladimir Putin for telling the French President Emmanuel Macron that Russia supports the Syrian government army’s efforts against terrorists in Idlib.
Our Russian Source told VT that Moscow will not back down on giving all the support needed for the Syrian Army to liberate Idlib from Turkish backed foreign terrorists. It is a decision which has been taken by Putin and will be implemented on the ground at any cost.
In the same context, President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday received a delegation from the Unified Russia party headed by Russian State Duma member Dmitry Sablin.
The two sides reviewed the developments of the war on terrorism in Syria, with Sablin and the delegation members congratulating President al-Assad on the victories achieved by the Syrian Arab Army against terrorists, particularly the recent victories in Idlib countryside.
Turkey complains it was attacked inside Syria, while bringing weapons to the terrorists. Is not that strange? VT got no confirmation that the units of the Syrian Arab Army captured three Turkish military officers and other foreign agents.
Our reliable Syrian military source says the operation started in the evening by storming the barrier of Al Faqer, used by the militants as a deterrence from North-West.
Fierce clashes took place there, and the Syrian Arab Army used the tactics of hit and run, and made pretense that it was withdrawing from the barrier to make the militants come out of their dens in the buildings and fight in the rural areas. The Army succeeded by using this ploy to cordon off the militants and eliminated a large number of them.
Later, The Elite forces invaded the western and northern buildings in the form of lightly armed small storming groups who are well versed in fast running, climbing and accurate shooting. Ferocious clashes occurred between the Army and the militants.
“Our Tiger soldiers have shown phenomenal abilities to conduct storming operations at night, moving from one building floor to another, and fighting on buildings roofs,” the source said
“For those who did not experience the war, after our Tigers controlled the façades of the buildings, night tanks broke into along with trucks carrying cannons, SUVs and major break-ins regiments to support the elite forces who have fought a legendary battle,” the source explained.
The battles were mostly intense in total darkness, our men did not sleep, nor did they rest, or eat, or drink until the victory of God emerged, the source concluded.