Armenian-populated village in Lattakia liberated

The Syrian Army continued to push the militant groups back from more territories in Lattakia province, taking back another village on the Western side of the recently captured town of Salma on Thursday, reports.

The Syrian Army and popular forces continued to advance against the Takfiri terrorists in Northern Lattakia and pushed the terrorists back from Armenian-populated Al-Ghanimeh village after their defense lines came under massive attack.

Battlefield sources said a number of militants were killed or wounded during the government forces’ operation.

During the recent months, Syrian soldiers and the country’s fighter jets, backed by the National Defense Forces (NDF) and the Russian warplanes, have managed to seize back several towns, villages and strategic hills in the Lattkia province.

Last week, the Syrian Army won full control over the strategic town of Salma Northeast of Lattakia province in yet another landmark victory over the foreign-backed Takfiri terrorists.

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