The Syrian Army achieved a sizable advance in Idleb on Tuesday when their forces began a new push on the Abu Jarif axis in the eastern part of the governorate.
According to a field report from eastern Idleb, the Syrian Arab Army captured a half dozen villages and towns on Tuesday following a fierce battle with the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham.
The Syrian Army reportedly captured the towns and villages of Kuweres, Bleisa, Tel Aghar, al-Musheirifah, Jdeideh, and Tel Khatrah during their advance on the Abu Jarif axis in eastern Idleb.
Meanwhile, on the Saraqib axis, the Syrian Arab Army continued their westward push, as their forces captured two towns overnight.
According to a report, the Syrian Arab Army captured the towns of Kaddour and Ruwehah, which are located just east of the Aleppo-Lattakia M4 highway.
These latest advances by the Syrian Armed Forces come at the same time the Turkish military builds up their presence in Idleb to prevent the army from advancing further into this region.
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