On January 23, Greater Idlib militants carried out new attacks with anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs) on Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions around the region.
The Turkish-backed National Front for Liberation (NFL) targeted a fortified position of the SAA in northern Lattakia and an army mortar position in the area Minyan in Aleppo city outskirt.
From its side, Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) destroyed a truck carrying Syrian service members in the southeastern Idlib countryside.
Moreover in southeast Idlib, Jaysh al-Izza targeted what it claimed to be a Kornet ATGM launcher of the Syrian military in the vicinity of the town of al-Tah.
The last two weeks was marked by a significant increase in militants ATGM attacks on pro-government forces around Greater Idlib.
Several opposition sources claim that the militants received a new batch of U.S.-made TOW ATGMs from Turkey or the U.S. itself. However, this is yet to be verified.