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Field hospital and Turkish medicine discovered during combing operations in Hama countryside

Hama, Competent authorities discovered a field hospital left behind by terrorist organizations in Talaf village during combing operations intended to consolidate security and stability in Hama southern countryside after evacuating terrorists to northern Syria.

SANA correspondent in Hama said the engineering units discovered a field hospital which terrorists had been using to treat their wounded containing medicines, medical supplies and equipment.

The correspondent added that the hospital is protected by 1-meter thick walls of basalt stone, equipped with 40 beds and medicine warehouses, mostly of Turkish origin, along with an operating room.

Competent authorities and internal security forces continue to sweep towns and villages in Hama southern countryside in the wake of evacuating terrorists who refused to get involved in reconciliation to northern Syria.

Homs northern countryside and Hama southern countryside were declared free of terrorism on May 16 after terrorists capitulated and handed over their weapons to the Syrian state prior to their departure to northern Syria.

Source: Syria Arab News Agency

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Hama, Competent authorities discovered a field hospital left behind by terrorist organizations in Talaf village during combing operations intended to consolidate security and stability in Hama southern countryside after evacuating terrorists to northern Syria.SANA correspondent in Hama said the engineering units discovered a field hospital which terrorists had been...

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Field hospital and Turkish medicine discovered during combing operations in Hama countryside

Hama, Competent authorities discovered a field hospital left behind by terrorist organizations in Talaf village during combing operations intended to consolidate security and stability in Hama southern countryside after evacuating terrorists to northern Syria.

SANA correspondent in Hama said the engineering units discovered a field hospital which terrorists had been using to treat their wounded containing medicines, medical supplies and equipment.

The correspondent added that the hospital is protected by 1-meter thick walls of basalt stone, equipped with 40 beds and medicine warehouses, mostly of Turkish origin, along with an operating room.

Competent authorities and internal security forces continue to sweep towns and villages in Hama southern countryside in the wake of evacuating terrorists who refused to get involved in reconciliation to northern Syria.

Homs northern countryside and Hama southern countryside were declared free of terrorism on May 16 after terrorists capitulated and handed over their weapons to the Syrian state prior to their departure to northern Syria.

Source: Syria Arab News Agency

syrianewsgazette.comNational news
Hama, Competent authorities discovered a field hospital left behind by terrorist organizations in Talaf village during combing operations intended to consolidate security and stability in Hama southern countryside after evacuating terrorists to northern Syria.SANA correspondent in Hama said the engineering units discovered a field hospital which terrorists had been...

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