SYRIAN WAR REPORT – MAY 23, 2019: MILITANTS DEVELOP LARGE-SCALE ADVANCE ON ARMY POSITIONS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


SYRIAN WAR REPORT – MAY 23, 2019: MILITANTS DEVELOP LARGE-SCALE ADVANCE ON ARMY POSITIONS

Militant groups are attacking key military and civilian infrastructure in the government-controlled area.

The Reconciliation Center for Syria revealed that militants launched 17 rockets at the Russian Hmeimim airbase early on May 22. 8 rockets did not reach the base. 9 – were intercepted.

In the evening of May 22, a squadron of armed unmanned aerial vehicles attacked Hama’s airbase. Pro-government sources said that the Syrian Air Defense Forces intercepted all the UAVs and the airbase sustained no damage.

Nonetheless, the Hama airbase was not the only target. The state-run Syrian Arab News Agency confirmed that at least one UAV attacked the Zara’a power plant in southern Hama causing “extensive damage to the plant’s equipment.”

The new wave of UAV attacks took place amid fierce fighting in northwestern Hama where the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) recently lost the initiative and is now in defense.

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