Syrian Army, Hezbollah surround strategic base in west Deir Ezzor




The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their allies resumed their offensive in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor, Wednesday, targeting Daesh’s (ISIS) last positions at the strategic T-2 Pumping Station.

Supported by Liwaa Fatemiyoun (Iranian-Afghani paramilitary) and Hezbollah, the Syrian Arab Army stormed the Al-Artiwaziyah region that is located directly south of the T-2 Pumping Station.

Not long after launching the attack, the Syrian Arab Army was capable of imposing full control over the Al-Artiwaziyah area, forcing the remaining ISIS terrorists to retreat to the T-2 Station in order to strengthen the defenses around the base.

 As a result of this progress, the Syrian Arab Army and their allies have managed to surround the T-2 Pumping Station from three different flanks, leaving only one route to escape for the ISIS terrorists.

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