Militants destroy two bridges in Western Hama to curb Army advance
Jihadi militants in Western Hama have destroyed two bridges linking the areas they control to government-held regions ahead the prospective offensive to be launched by the Syrian forces.
Militants from the recently-formed alliance of National Liberation Front detonated two bridges located in Al-Shariaa and Beir Ras villages just along the front-lines with the Syrian Army troops stationed in al-Ghab Plain.
Sabotaging the bridges is intended to impede the Syrian Army as it prepares a full-scale assault to expel extremist groups from the northern countryside of Hama
Earlier , several Russian cargo ships loaded with weapons, ammunition and engineering equipment arrived at the Syrian ports, including mobile bridges, which were previously used in Deir Al-Zour and recently in the eastern Ghouta.
Video was published on social media, showing the transfer process of ammunition trucks, tanks and mobile bridges to the countryside of Hama and the southern countryside of Idlib