Kurdish militants resumed attacks in the province of Raqqa, ISIS1 terrorists attacked pro-Iranian forces in Deir ez-Zor, the SAA revealed the circumstances of the airstrike in Aleppo. This was reported by a military source of the Federal News Agency (FAN) in Syria Ahmad Marzouq.
Briefly about the results of the confrontation:
The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Allied Forces: reported the circumstances of the night attack on the oil fields in Aleppo, destroyed a number of Al-Nusra field commanders in Idlib.
Turkish Army and Allied Forces: accused Kurdish terrorists of organizing a terror attack in Tell Khalaf.
Islamic State1: attacked the pro-Iranian militia in Deir ez-Zor, allegedly launched a terrorist attack against Kurdish militants at the Al-Omar field.
Kurdish armed forces: attacked pro-Turkish forces in northern Raqqa.
International coalition: denies involvement in the explosions south of Kamyshly, has deployed troops from Iraq to the occupation zone through Hasakah province.
The Syrian Ministry of Defense revealed the circumstances of a sudden airstrike struck last night on oil tanks in the north of Aleppo province. According to the statement of the military department, the blow was dealt to the Syrian air force, Lebanese agency Al Masdar reports. Airstrikes in the area of the cities of Al-Bab and Jerablus led to the destruction of reservoirs and oil refining centers in the territory not controlled by Damascus.
Deir ez-Zor Province.
Kurdish militants exploded in an explosive device in the immediate vicinity of the Al-Omar oil and gas field in the province of Deir ez-Zor. This was reported by a source on Twitter (@aghiad_alkheder). The organizers of the attack are unknown, but it can be assumed that the bomb was placed by members of the "sleeping cells" of the Islamic State group (banned in the Russian Federation) who operate in the region.
Meanwhile, according to an analytical source (@ jacksanders1965), militants of the Islamic State terrorist group banned in the Russian Federation attacked a pro-Iranian militia in the province of Deir ez-Zor. It is reported that 10-15 fighters armed with small arms and grenade launchers participated in the attack. Five to eight Iranian fighters were killed and injured; terrorists destroyed several militia vehicles.
Several field commanders belonging to the Jebhat al-Nusra1 terrorist group banned in the Russian Federation were destroyed during recent Syrian air strikes in Idlib. A Twitter source (@Salah_Addin_) reports that according to preliminary data, militant commanders known as Ibrahim Fawzi, Ibrahim Sabaiz and Abu Ahmad were destroyed.
Militants belonging to Kurdish terrorist groups affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers Party attacked pro-Turkish forces in northern Rakka. According to a Kurdish source on Twitter (@Servanenefrine), several fighters of the Turkish forces were killed in the cities of Ras al Ain and Ain Issa. Kurdish terrorists managed to capture small arms and military equipment of pro-Turkish fighters.
Turkish authorities accused Kurdish terrorists of organizing yesterday’s terrorist attack on a market in the village of Tell Khalaf west of Ras al Ain, a Twitter source (@AACanli) said. It is reported that as a result of the terrorist attack organized by the PKK, 17 people died and more than 20 were injured.
The official representative of the international coalition led by the United States, Colonel Miles Caggins, denied the involvement of the US Air Force in the explosions south of the city of Kamyshly. According to the Rojava Information Center, a Pentagon spokesman said that "American aviation did not strike at Iranian targets south of Kamyshly," and was not associated with any explosions in northeast Syria.
Recall that at least two explosions rang out in the northeast of Hasakah - initially observers suggested that the explosions at the intersections of Al-Basel and Al-Khalidzh in Kamyshly were attacks by American aircraft. There is no information on the victims and victims of the explosions.
Meanwhile, a large convoy of US troops entered Syria from Iraq through the illegal al-Walid border crossing in northeast Hasakah. According to a Twitter source (@HarbiehNadie), the convoy headed south toward the American Occupation Zone in Zaevfratie.
Syrian agency SANA reports that one of the vehicles in the convoy of the US occupation forces damaged a civilian minibus with passengers. The incident occurred in the south of Hasakah province, on a highway in the Al-Shaddadi region. No casualty information is provided.
It is also reported that the so-called “autonomous administration” has released more than a hundred ISIL fighter families from the protected area of the Al-Khol refugee camp. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), under the guarantees given by the sheikhs of local Arab tribes, about 400 women - "ISIS wives" - and their children were released from the camp.