المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The factions of the south of Hama and 9 military formations establish a “unified command in the central area”

A number of factions operating in the southern countryside of Hama and the northern countryside of Homs announced that they have formed the “unified command in the central area”, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received a video showed the factions announcing the formation of a unified command by the factions of “the 4th Corps, Al-Sham Corps (Homs section), Jaysh Al-Tawhid, Jaysh Homs, National Liberation Movement  (Homs section), Al-Rastan’s Operations Room, Al-Houla’s Operations Room, the Operations Room of the southern countryside of Hama, the Operations Room of the south-western area and the eastern area”, and these factions also considered that this unified command that was announced is the only military representative for the northern countryside of Homs and the southern countryside of Hama.

 

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored during the past 48 hours, that the regime forces managed to take the control of Taqsis village and its mountain in the south-eastern countryside of Hama, and in the details monitored by the Syrian Observatory; a column of the regime forces accompanied by a delegation that sources said that it included representatives of the Russian side, entered Taqsis, Al-Amarah, Jumaqliyah and other villages, where the regime forces held there presence in Taqsis and Al-Amarah which were empty free from any military presence, in conjunction with their entry to 2 other nearby villages in the area.

 

 

 

 

 

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