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7/22/2016 3:05:04 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
The commanders of bandit groups from the "Dzhebhat en-Nusra", "Feylak al-Sham" and "Ahrar al-Sham", operating in the northern provinces of Syria, were concerned about the attempted coup d'"tat in Turkey.
The possible change of the country's leadership has threatened funding and supply of arms and ammunition for the fighters across the Syrian-Turkish border. The groups of militants were surrounded by government forces of the Syrian Arab Republic in Aleppo, experiencing an acute shortage of ammunition, food and medical supplies. It is demoralizing militants and reduces their willingness to fight. The urgent need for manpower, weapons and equipment is complicated by the possible loss of militant supply channels.
A meeting of commanders of blocked units "Dzhebhat en-Nusra", "Feylak al-Sham" and "Ahrar al-Sham" was in July 17 in the southern outskirts of Aleppo. Following the meeting it was decided to strengthen the bandit groups in the south-western districts of Aleppo by rocket launchers and mortars of a caliber of 82 mm and 120 mm due to their transfer from other districts. The militias "Dzhebhat en-Nusra" and detachment of suicide total of up to 90 people, 5 tanks arrived in a south-westerly direction from the town of Idlib in Halas for support the armed groups trying to break through the encirclement of Aleppo. A group of officers of the Turkish security forces arrived in the area to coordinate the actions of the militants.
In the new situation the main task "Dzhebhat en-Nusra" and other Sunni groups in the Syrian Arab Republic was the preservation of the status quo in relations with the Turkish leadership. In addition it is consider the option of negotiating with the Gulf countries to organize alternative supply channels, bypassing the Turkish territory.