المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The “Islamic State” organization withdraws from 23 villages east of al-Bab city and the regime forces finish drawing their border with the “Euphrates Shield” operation according to the Turkish – Russian agreement

In the 42nd consecutive day of military operation by the regime forces in the northeastern and eastern countryside of Aleppo, the regime forces managed to expand their control to areas they had lost several years ago, drawing the borders of the Russian – Turkish agreement, in the wake of the displacement of 27 thousand civilians and fighter of Aleppo city to its countryside, which enabled the regime to regain control of Aleppo city except for areas controlled by the Syria Democratic Forces and Kurdish forces, and other areas controlled by the factions in the western outskirts and suburbs of the city of Aleppo.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received information from reliable sources, who confirmed to the Observatory that the “Islamic State” organization withdrew its members from 23 villages located to the west of the area between the villages of Jeb Sultan and Abu Mandil, and by that they ended drawing their border with the Turkish forces and factions of the “Euphrates Shield”, where the last mentioned control until the highway of Aleppo – Hasaka along with 3 villages east of the highway, while the regime forces continues inspecting the villages of which the “Islamic State” organization had withdrawn of, and they the regime forces imposed their control on them, and by that they become in direct contact with the forces of Manbij Military Council, in addition another contact in a new area with “Euphrates Shield” operation.

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