Syria, September 7th. Denmark is ready to send troops to Syria. Syrian army hits radicals in Idlib. The air force of the international coalition led by the United States made a reconnaissance mission in the east of Deir ez-Zor. This was reported by a military source of the Federal News Agency (FAN) in Syria Ahmad Marzouq.


Briefly about the results of the confrontation:

Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Allied Forces: attacked the strongholds of the radicals in the south of Idlib province.


“National Liberation Front” (“Jebhat al-Wataniya lil-Tahrir”): they fire at Kurdish YPG troops in the north of Aleppo, they lost one fighter in a mine explosion.


Kurds: exchange blows with pro-Turkish militants in the north of Aleppo.

International coalition: conducted aerial reconnaissance in the east of Deir ez-Zor.

Syria news September 7 12.30: Denmark is ready to send troops to Syria, the Syrian army hits the radicals.


Aleppo Province:

Despite the recent conclusion of an agreement to establish a safe zone in northern Syria, intense firing occurs in northern Aleppo between Turkish-backed militants and Kurdish radicals, according to the news portal Al Masdar. A fierce clash is reported between militants of the National Liberation Front and Kurdish-led Self-Defense Units (YPG) west of the city of Azaz. None of the parties reported their losses.


Opposition sources report the death of one of the members of the fighting detachments that took part in Operation Euphrates Shield, from the detonation of a landmine near the village of Kibar, in a suburb of Afrin, according to the news portal Step News Agency. Kurds are suspected of installing mines.


Deir ez-Zor Province:

Euphrates Post, a news source on Twitter, reported that at night, helicopters and reconnaissance aircraft of an international coalition led by the United States combed airspace in the east of the province, in particular east of the village of Jazira. In connection with the activity of the “sleeping state” militants of the “Islamic State” 1 in eastern Syria in the areas controlled by the Kurdish units of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the international coalition has intensified reconnaissance sorties over remote villages where militants are believed to be hiding.


Idlib Province.

Syrian Arab Army (SAA) units attacked the positions of the Tahrir al-Sham jihadists in the outskirts of Kafr Nebel and near the village of Khish from artillery, according to Step News Agency. Information about the loss of radicals as a result of the shelling has not yet been reported. Opposition sources also said that the strongholds of the radicals were fired at by Syrian troops from rocket launchers in the cities of Khan Sheikhun and Kafr Sajna. Recall that the provinces have a temporary ceasefire that was introduced on August 31, however, this does not apply to the militants of the Tahrir al-Sham terrorist group.


Raqqa Province.

Denmark is ready to send troops to northeast Syria to help the US-led coalition fight the Islamic State, Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said in a statement on Friday, Al Masdar reported. According to Hoffman, “Danish troops will work with the remaining US forces in northeastern Syria to maintain stability and security.” Earlier this year, the U.S. admitted that coalition forces killed at least 1319 civilians during operations against terrorists in Syria and Iraq since August 2014. The coalition’s operations, as before, were not authorized by either Syrian President Bashar al-Assad or the UN Security Council.