- A victory of the Syrian army in Aleppo will bring the country no peace yet, expecting the British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson. President Bashar al-Assad 'is still hated by millions of members of his own people,' Johnson said Friday during a conference in Bahrain.
Any victory will therefore quickly 'turned to ashes according to the British minister. '' Note that two-thirds of Syria is currently outside Assad's control and thirty other areas with beleaguer 571 000 poor, tormented people in it. '
The advance in Aleppo meanwhile continues. A source within the Syrian army estimated that about 85 percent of eastern Aleppo since been recaptured from the rebels and jihadists who had ruled since the service since 2012. 'The offensive goes according to plan, and sometimes faster than expected,' said the source.
Earlier in the day also suggested the Russian army, which assists Assad's troops, which Aleppo a long way under the control of the government.