Syrian military helicopters continued to drop thousands of leaflets over the terrorist-held districts of Aleppo city, urging militants to give up fight and surrender themselves to the authorities.
Helicopters of the Syrian Army dropped thousands of leaflets over the Eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city, calling on militants to lay down their arms, ask for amnesty and allow the civilians to leave the war-hit neighborhoods.
The Syrian army captured another district and two key squares in Southeastern Aleppo city on Sunday after inflicting heavy casualties on Jeish al-Fatah militants.
The army pushed Jeish al-Fatah terrorists from Karam al-Maysar district and al-Jazmati and al-Halwaniyeh squares after inflicting tens of casualties on the militants. Sources from the army said, at least, 28 militants were killed and over 30 others sustained injuries.
The army soldiers also advanced against militants in Eastern Aleppo and managed to restore security to half of the highway to the Aleppo International Airport.
Reports say the Army troops are still chasing the terrorists that are fleeing battlefields in the Eastern districts of the city.