Army uncovers tunnels and underground bases while combing areas west of Aleppo
Aleppo, SANA – Syrian Arab Army units began wide-scale combing operations in the areas liberated from terrorism in Aleppo’s western and southwestern countryside, uncovering tunnels, trenches, and fortified bases for terrorists in Dahret Abdrabu and the western ring road in the western countryside.
SANA’s reporter accompanying army units during the combing operations said engineering units are dismantling the IEDs and landmines left behind by terrorists, finding tunnels, trenches, and underground bases that terrorists had dug beneath buildings after they displaced locals from their homes.
The tunnels also contained weapons and ammo left behind by terrorists.
Syrian Arab Army units on Monday expanded their operations against terrorists in Aleppo’s western countryside, liberating three villages.
SANA’s reporter in Aleppo said army units continued to pursue fleeing terrorists in Aleppo’s western and northwestern countryside, establishing control over the villages of Basarton, Hoor, and Enjara in the western countryside.
The reporter said advancing units targeted terrorists’ positions in the western and northwestern countryside with artillery and rocket barrages, inflicting losses upon them and destroying their fortifications.