The Syrian Army, backed by pro-Iranian militias and Russia, which has been conducting air strikes targeting Daesh positions in the country, was welcomed with open arms by the residents that support the Syrian government and Bashar Assad. Streets are now decorated with posters of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah and Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei along with photographs of the Syrian President beaming down from the front of the town hall in Nubl and hanging outside its main mosque.
"Thank you Russia! Thank you Hezbollah! Thank you Iran!" a resident shouted on the street, as reported by CNN.
According to the Syrian Red Crescent, it delivered humanitarian relief to Nubl and Al Zahra earlier this week. Reportedly, the living conditions have significantly improved there in just two weeks, with stores and markets becoming better stocked.
What's just as important is that the lifting of the sieges bolstered morale among pro-government forces, which now believe there are capable of winning back any territory, occupied by opposition.
Russia continues carrying air strikes against terrorist targets across Syria, including those in Aleppo province.