Updated Syria Map: who control what.

The Syrian Arm is waging a nationwide campaign to re-take the territories seized by different armed groups in alignment with engaging in Astana peace talks.

Recently, the country’s Army troops have made tremendous achievements by reclaim large swaths of lands across the war-torn country.

In the south, the government forces – backed by allied fighters – have taken full control of all the borderline with Jordan within the Sawida province, and even advanced northward inside the administrative borders of Rif Dimashq governorate along the borders.

Deep in the expanding Syrian Desert, the Syrian Army and allied forces continue to seize more lands along the Syria-Iraq borders, successfully reaching for the strategic T2 Pumping Station.

In central Syria, the Islamic State’s former bastion of Sukhnah has become under the Army’s control before the government forces keep on its remarkable advancement to the southern countryside of Raqqa.

The Jihadi group is now encircled in a small enclave extending between the eastern countryside of Hama and Homs. Above all, the government forces managed to lift 3-year long siege on the eastern city of Deir Ezzor and its airbase, and are now securing more districts and neighborhood along the western bank of the Euphrates.

Estimated percentage of control:

Syrian Army ≈ 50%

Kurdish militia ≈ 22%

ISIS ≈ 13 %

FSA & HTS ≈ 15%

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