Field sources reported on Wednesday that SAA troops have opened sixth fronts in Badiyeh (desert) to launch massive operation against ISIS and the US-backed militants in the central, Eastern and Southern parts of the country.
The sources said that the first front of the army is along the Palmyra road to Al Sukhnah and spreads towards Deir Ezzur to lift ISIS’s siege on the city and airbase in the Eastern province. In the second front the army soldiers are to move from Palmyra towards South to cut off ISIS’s supply lines between Syria’s Badiyeh and Eastern Qalamoun region.
The third front has been opened by the army from Al Seen airport towards Al Tanf border-crossing at the country’s border with Iraq. The fourth front stretches from Northern Sweida towards Syria’s Badiyeh, while the fifth front expands from North of Palmyra towards East to end ISIS’s presence along the road connecting the town of Al Salamiyah in Hama to the town of Khanasser in Aleppo.
According to the same sources, the army men have also deployed in a sixth front and launched their operation from the town of Al Quaryatayn in Homs Eastwards. The army’s operations in all these six fronts are backed up by the Russian aerial support while a large number of Iraqi and Syrian popular forces and the Lebanese Hezbollah are also present in the army operations.