Army seizes control of Kafar Nabboudeh town in Hama countryside

Hama/Idleb - The Syrian Arab Army’s units established full control over Kafar Nabboudeh town in Hama northern countryside after it had been cleaned from terrorist organizations, a military source said.

The source told SANA that “Army units seized full control of Kafar Nabboudeh town, declaring it as a terror-free area.”

Earlier, SANA said that army units carried out special operations against positions of Jabhat al-Nusra’s terrorist organization and the affiliated groups on the outskirts of Kafar Nabboudeh town in Hama northwestern countryside.

SANA added that army’s operations resulted in establishing control over Kafar Nabboudeh town after eliminating the remnants of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in it, and inflicting heavy losses upon them.

SANA indicated that the army’s engineering units started combing entrances of residential neighborhoods, towns, and gardens in the town since the very beginning of liberating KAfar Nabboudeh as it has become a safe and a cleaned town from terrorists.

SANA said that the army units conducted missile and artillery strikes on dens of and fortified positions of al-Nusra terrorists and other terrorist groups affiliated to it in the vicinity of Khan Shaikhoun and al-Habbit in Idleb countryside.

The strikes resulted in killing and injuring many terrorists and destroying their dens and vehicles.

The army units continued their operations against terrorist groups that attack with rocket shells the military points and civilians in the safe areas in Hama countryside.

The operations ended up with destroying mortars and rockets launch-pads near Kafar Nabboudeh in northern Hama and killing and injuring a number of terrorists.