US support for terrorists and pandering to them rather than terrorists’ combat efficiency is the main obstacle for completing the rout of ISIS.
In support of this fact it is worth highlighting several offensives against Syrian government troops. Overnight into September 28, dozens of off-road vehicles carrying about 300 ISIS militants advanced towards the town of al-Qaryatayn, Homs Governorate, from the community of Rukban. Notably, militants successfully skirted all covert posts of the Syrian army, having direct coordinates at hand that can be acquired only through aerial reconnaissance studied by specialists and then carefully presented for execution of terrorist sabotages. Another ISIS unit carried out a series of coordinated attacks over other Syrian army posts located along the strategically important Palmyra – Deir ez-Zor highway.
One thing unites the specified terror attacks: All of them were carried out from a 50km zone around the community of At Tanf on the Syrian-Jordanian border, the one where the US military mission is stationed and that the Syrian forces chasing terrorists were kept off at gunpoint by Americans.
If US officials view such actions as unforeseen ‘contingencies’, Russia’s Aerospace Force is ready to begin the complete elimination of such ‘coincidences’ in the area of their control.
In all appearances, success of the Syrian army with the support of the Russian Aerospace Forces, as well as a swift liberation of Euphrates River Valley from ISIS runs counter to plans of the US.