It is not difficult to see significant progress has been made just after the capture of Salma, who was an outpost of the rebels in the mountains of Latakia. It should be remembered that these advances have been made in the course of fighting on a very complex theater of operations, where the defenders are able to rely on the natural defensive positions in the mountains.
With the assistance of Russian airstrikes, President Bashar Assad’s forces are pressing ahead with a major offensive around the northern city of Aleppo, a development that has sent another wave of Syrian civilians seeking refugee in neighboring Turkey.
Aleppo was Syria’s largest city and an economic hub before the war, though many civilians have fled as it has become one of the most contested battlegrounds. For the past several years, government troops have controlled the western part and a patchwork of rebel forces have held the east.
A representative office of Syrian Kurdistan is due to open in Moscow on February 10, the chairman of the Council of the Federal National-Cultural Kurdish Autonomy said on Friday.
“This will be a representative office of the NGO that has no functions of an embassy,” Farhat Patiev said.
Although SouthFront: Analysis & Intelligence could not independently verify the military vehicle mounted device, but it gathers report that it is a jamming device to deviate anti-tank missiles such as the U.S made TOW missiles which very available to the terrorists in Syria.
According to the report, those anti-TOW missile device works on two batteries which is enough to operate it continuously for 12 hours. The device is capable to protect the vehicle from the front, right and left side.
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