Terror Groups Unsuccessful at Breaking Siege on Eastern Aleppo: Military Source

Source says militants have failed at breaking the Syrian army's blockade of rebel-held areas of Aleppo despite the media's attempt to mislead the public about events in the northern city

Terrorist groups have been unsuccessful at breaking the Syrian army’s siege on the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo as militants in the south and southwest of the city face heavy losses, a military source confirmed.

The source stressed that these groups have not been able to break the army’s blockade on the terrorist-held districts of Aleppo city, adding that the media is affecting the morale of citizens and misleading public opinion by broadcasting fabricated photos and videos.

Meanwhile, the army and air force on Sunday killed large numbers of terrorists in Kafernaha, Atareb, Khan Touman, Orum al-Kobra, al-Zirbeh, Khalsah and the surroundings of Aleppo’s military academy.

Syrian and Russian air forces destroyed three positions belonging to the Army of Conquest group in Khan Touman and Khan al-Asal, in addition to striking armed convoys at the intersection of Saraqeb, Taftanaz, al-Zurba, and the city of Aleppo.

Earlier, the military source told SANA that the Syrian army and allied forces are continuing operations to the south of Aleppo and courageously confronting the terrorists, engaging in fierce battles in a number of areas infiltrated by armed groups.

Meanwhile, SANA’s reporter in Aleppo said that large numbers of terrorists attacked the area to the south and southwest of Aleppo city on Saturday evening.

The military source also mentioned that warplanes killed militants and destroyed supply convoys travelling from Idleb and Hama to support terror groups in Aleppo.

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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