Syrian troops withdrew to the southern Bank of the Euphrates

Syrian army and militia groups on Saturday, July 22, beat out terrorists from the settlements Dahila and es-Sabha to the East of Raqqa, where is the Outpost of the “Islamic state”. About it reports TASS.

In the result, the troops came to the South Bank of the Euphrates river, threatening the ISIS gangs, osdevcon Deir-ez-Zor, which is located 420 kilometers from Damascus.

Liberated villages Dahila and es-Sabha are close to gas fields, Sabhava, returned under the control of government forces.

Army and militia from the beginning of July has released more than 40 oil and gas production facilities in the Syrian desert to the South of Raqqa. Among them, the oil fields Dobson, Dalaa, Rumeilan, S. Saura, and El-Wahhab. The terrorists are in retreat blew up the part of wells.

“Islamic state” in Russia included in the list of terrorist organizations, for participation in activities which provide for criminal liability.