“Syrian Democratic Forces” establish control over 3 farms in northern Raqqa
Damascus - MENA
The so-called “Syrian Democratic Forces” on Wednesday established control over two farms in northern Raqqa after driving Daesh terrorists out of them, SANA news agency reported.
On Tuesday, the “Forces” announced launching an offensive to start forcing Daesh terrorist group from the northern countryside of Raqqa province.
Media reports said heavy clashes erupted between the “Forces” and Daesh terrorists in the two farms, located between al-Fatsa and al-Wasta villages.
The clashes, which took place some 5 km southeast of Ain Issa town north of Raqqa city, resulted in casualties within the ranks of both sides and ended in forcing Daesh terrorists out of the two farms.
Media reports also said that the “Forces” shelled with heavy weapons Daesh positions in al-Mitsharje village.
Hours after launching the offensive on Tuesday, the “Syrian Democratic Forces”, provided air cover from the US-led coalition, advanced from the direction of Ain Issa town and established control over Qartaja farm to the south of the town.