VIDEO: Syrian Army deploys more weapons including water bridges to Idlib front-line

The Syrian army continues to mobilize its forces, deploying more infantry, tanks and military equipment including the water bridges to the front-line of Idlib province.

Over the past few days, 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.

Military sources confirmed to Muraselon that the next phase of military operations aims to establish control over the entire area of northern Hama, and northwest Latakia countryside up to Idlib and its countryside, in addition to restoring the entire southwestern countryside of Aleppo.

Over the last two weeks, more than 13 Russian cargo vessels, frigates and warships arrived at the Syrian coast. The Russian battleships will propel the advance of the army units by launching Kaliber missiles at the militants HQs, positions across Idlib province.

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