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Iraq-Syria, also SAA and SDF join the anti-Isis Victory Will operation

Iraq-Syria, Also SAA And SDF Join The Anti-Isis Victory Will Operation

Also the SAA and the SDF participate in the operation Victory Will (Irada al-Nasr) against Isis. The Syrian Army and Jazeera Storm seal the borders at Deir Ezzor to avoid movement of elements of the Islamic State between Syria and Iraq

The Syrian Army (SAA) and the SDF in Deir Ezzor join the anti-ISIS operation, Victory Will (Irada al-Nasr), in Iraq. Damascus soldiers began hunting down the cells of the Islamic State in the southern area of ​​the province. In particular to Al-Shoula. This after the arrival of numerous reinforcements. Jazeera Storm, on the other hand, has reinforced all the positions on the border and is conducting a series of maneuvers to the south to eliminate the Daesh groups. The goal is to seal the areas. On the one hand to avoid possible reinforcements to jihadists in the neighboring nation. On the other hand to allow the ISF to crush the militants, preventing them from escaping. The forces of the two countries, in fact, do not only target terrorists. But also their supply and communication routes. First of all the tunnels.

The ISF operation, meanwhile, produces good results. In just two days Daesh loses 50 between bases and training centers between Anbar, Nineveh and Salahuddin

Meanwhile, Victory Will in Iraq is already producing good results. Isis in just two days lost nearly 50 bases and training camps. In addition, dozens of militiamen of the Islamic State have been eliminated and numerous weapons, explosives and equipment have been seized. Around 30 villages, including some on the border with Syria, were also cleared in the maneuvers. The SDF operation, which also includes the International Coalition and for PMF Shiite militias, is underway between Anbar, Nineveh and Salahuddin. The goal is to eliminate the large Daesh resistance sack in the desert area of ​​the Middle Eastern country up to the border. Here is a large group of fundamentalists, who later split into smaller units, which collect IS fugitives from the battlefields in the two nations.

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