Aleppo, SANA – A delegation from various mass media outlets visited on Sunday al-Hadir town and number of villages in the southern countryside of Aleppo which the Syrian Arab Army had reestablished control over.
The delegation, which includes reporters from 30 media outlets from Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen, Turkey, and Iran, witnessed firsthand the destruction caused by the Takfiri terrorist organizations, and listened to the eyewitness accounts of locals from al-Hadir town who returned to their houses under the protection of the Syrian Army after years of displacement, telling the reporters about the crimes perpetrated.
Field commanders from the Syrian Army briefed the journalists on the military operations conducted against terrorism which started from al-Sheikh Saeed to the south of Aleppo, pointing out that the army reestablished control over more than 60 villages and towns over an area of 500 sq. km and has an area of more than 1000 sq. km covered by its firepower.
In turn, Mehmet Kivanc from Turkey’s Ulusal channel noted that he witnessed hundreds of families going about their business normally in the town after the Syrian Army secured it, while Zulfikar Khafaji from Iraq’s al-Ahad channel observed that the army units in the town are offering all possible facilitations to ensure the return of the families to their homes.
For his part, Fathi Nizam the reporter of Iran’s Tasnim news agency said that the journalists who covered the operations conducted by the Syrian Army against terrorists witnessed the significant achievements in the war on terrorism and the Syrian army’s progressing from one area to another.
Manar al-Freih / Hazem Sabbagh