Hama, Army units destroyed positions of the terrorist groups through conducting concentrated bombardments against their fortifications and bastions in Hama northern countryside on the administrative borders of Idleb province, the last main stronghold of the terrorist organizations.
SANA's reporter in Hama said that an army unit positioned in the surroundings of al-Hakoura town carried out bombardments against fortified positions of the Turkistani Party terrorists in Khirbet al-Naqous town in Hama northern countryside.
The reporter added that a number of terrorists' positions were destroyed in the bombardments and a number of them were killed and others were injured.
The reporter said that another army unit tracked the movement of a terrorist group which tried to infiltrate from the outskirts of Tal Hawwash town towards military posts in Hama northern countryside and foiled their infiltration attempt after killing two of its members and forcing their remnants to flee away.
Earlier on the day, SANA's reporter said that army units operating in al-Sqailbieh conducted bombardments against positions of terrorist groups which infiltrated from the outskirts of al-Madiq Castle town towards military posts in Hama countryside.
The reporter added the infiltration attempt was foiled and heavy losses were inflicted upon terrorists in the personnel, in addition to destroying their weapons and ammunition.
In al-Ghab Plain area, the reporter indicated that army units targeted positions and gatherings of the Turkistani Party on the outskirts of al-Hiwash town, destroying most of them.
On Tuesday, army units destroyed fortified positions and gatherings of terrorists between the town of Kafr Naboudeh and Tal Hawwash village and in the surroundings of al-Madiq Castle and Khirbet al-Naqous in Hama northern countryside and in Khawin town in Idleb southern countryside in retaliation to their repeated breaches of the de-escalation zone agreement and their attacks against military posts and safe villages and towns.
Source: Syrian Arab News Agency