Tras la liberación de seis pueblos en dos flancos distintos ayer, las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias (FDS), lideradas por los kurdos, procedieron a capturar una serie de sitios rurales el miércoles por la mañana.

Durante los enfrentamientos al suroeste de Raqa, las unidades kurdas pudieron controlar el pueblo de Hunaydi y establecieron el control de fuego sobre un tramo de la autopista M6, una vía de suministro yihadista que atraviesa verticalmente el territorio de ISIS en Siria.

Además, estallaron fuertes escaramuzas en la aldea de at-Tadiyah en medio de una ofensiva que cortaba a ISIS desde la orilla sur del río Éufrates.

En el eje oriental, las FDS recapturaron el pueblo de Raqat y Samra durante la noche, avanzando así dos kilómetros en los barrios orientales de la ciudad de Raqa.

La visión actual de las FDS de la ciudad de Raqa:

Además, ISIS se retiró de la aldea de al-Assadiah. Efectivamente, las FDS ahora han asediado la altamente fortificada División 17, una base militar situada directamente al norte de la capital provincial.

Mientras tanto, se estima que dentro de la capital del grupo terrorista ISIS, unos 4.000 combatientes de ISIS se están esperando para luchar contra los kurdos en la madre de todas las batallas.

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