The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has repelled at attempt of ISIS terrorists to attack military positions in the vicinity of Abu Kamal city in Deir Ezzor, killing dozens of terror group’s members.
In the city of Abu Kamal, children have resumed their studies after the local authorities restored the first school since the liberation of the city from ISIS militants.
The Syrian government has prepared everything necessary to bring Abu Kamal crossing on the border with Iraq back to action and is awaiting the Iraqi authorities.
The Syrian troops supported by popular militias have liberated several villages south of the Euphrates river in the vicinity of Abu Kamal.
The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) public relations unit conducted a meeting with the elders of the Deir Ezzor tribes in an attempt to win over the tribal leaders.
The Syrian troops supported by popular militias have established control over the strategic village of Al-Hamdan near Abu Kamal after heave clashes with ISIS terrorists.
Several units comprised of elite Hezbollah fighters have arrived to the outskirts of Abu Kamal in east Deir Ezzor province in preparation for the assault on the city.
The Syrian Army units supported by popular militias have liberated an area of 30 kilometers along the road between Al-Mayadin and T-2 pumping station near the Iraqi border.
Iranian soldiers from the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps will reportedly help the Syrian army to liberate Abu Kamal town of ISIS terrorists.
The Syrian Army units supported by popular militias continued to advance in the area near T-2 pumping station, reducing the distance to Abu Kamal, the last ISIS stronghold in east Deir Ezzor, to 45 kilometers.