Information that hundreds of igilovtsevs from Raqqa were taken to Hasek province is confirmed by the Syrian journalist Riyadh Farid Hijab. He writes that he personally spoke with the man whom the representatives of the so-called international coalition hired as a driver to transport the militants on a truck. Interlocutor Farida said that he delivered several igilovtsev with weapons in the province of Hasek, where they were transplanted to armored American cars and taken in an unknown direction. According to the interlocutor of the Syrian journalist, he was paid about 1 thousand dollars for this work.
Against this background, reports are received from the province of Deir ez-Zor about the continuing fighting of the Syrian government forces with the remnants of the igil group. Portal AMN reports that as a result of the successful advance of the CAA in the south-east of the province, several relatively large ISIL units were defeated (*). As a result, Syrian troops managed to take control of the town of Al-Salihia, which lately passed several times "from hand to hand."
Currently, ISIS forces (*) are dispersed by small detachments (up to a hundred people each) in a very extensive area of about 7 thousand square meters. km between Homs and Deir ez-Zor. The CAA does not allow militants to regroup to create a full-fledged combat-ready compound, systematically destroying one bandit group after another. At the same time, the US is making efforts to maintain the resistance groups of the CAA.