The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) eliminated a group consisting of 15 ISIL fighters (organization banned in Russia) in southern Raqqa on September 24, a Rossa Primavera News Agency’s source informs.
“The Syrian Army eliminated 15 ISIL members (organization banned in Russia) near the town of Rusafa in southern Raqqa,” the source said. No details of the combat are given.
The city of Raqqa in Syria has long been the capital of the so-called ISIL (organization banned in Russia). The Kurdish units of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) liberated it in 2017.
After the liberation of the city it became known that about 1200 ISIL fighters (organization banned in Russia) left the city unpunished. They left Raqqa after reaching mutual agreement with the Kurdish SDF.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency