Syria will continue to liberate Aleppo and Idlib from terrorists, in spite of foreign pressure. This is what President of Syria Bashar al-Assad said today in his statement on the successful attack of the Syrian army in northern Syria.
“The battle for the liberation of Aleppo and Idlib continues,” Assad said, the President’s Office cites. He added that the fight against terrorism continues, in spite of foreign pressure and “the meaningless words and screams heard from the northern borders of Syria”. “We are fully aware that this liberation doesn’t mean the end of war or eradication of terrorism,” the President said, adding that the successes in Aleppo and Idlib are a prelude to the full defeat of extremists.