KITF

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KITFKnowledge Industry Task Force (New Brunswick, Canada)
KITFKorea Industrial Technology Foundation
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SCTDA will utilize KITF's strategic platform to support its efforts to increase the influx of international tourists to Sharjah by tapping into the Kazakh market.
Army units, in cooperation with the popular defense groups, established control over al-Kalouksi Mountain, Kitf al-Qamoua and the villages of al-Ghneimiyeh, al-Qalabea, Beit Sukkar, al-Oweinat, Khan al-Jouz, Beit Riha and Bradoun in the northern countryside of Lattakia province, killing and injuring more than 150 terrorists while more terrorist fled towards terrorists as their weapons and equipment were destroyed.
On Wednesday, the Syrian air force destroyed a number of vehicles of terrorists, some of which equipped with heavy machine guns, in Kitf al-Rumman and al-Nouba Mountain in the Northern parts of the province.
Earlier, the army units established control over the strategic Kitf al-Ghadr, al-Malouheh,al-Sheikh Mohammad hills, Height 1281.5 and al-Mirkashliyeh village in the northeastern countryside of Lattakia province, a military source announced on Tuesday.
The Terrorists' strongholds in the villages of Arafit, al-Rashwan and Kitf al-Ghanama were also targeted by the army men who pushed back the fighters and restored tranquility to the region.
Army units, in cooperation with the popular defense groups, established control over Kitf al-Ghadr, al-Malouheh and al-Mirkashliyeh in the northeastern countryside of Lattakia province, a military source announced on Tuesday.
Army units, in cooperation with the popular defense groups, established control over a number of strategic hills in Rweiset Eskandar, Height 1149 and Height 1143 and Beit Abu Risha village and Kitf al-Saour in the northeastern countryside of Lattakia province, a military source announced on Sunday.
The army's Air Force conducted airstrikes against terrorists' positions in Kitf al-Ghadr, al-Mallouha, al-Ghuneima and Rweiset Khandaq Khamou in the northeastern countryside of Lattakia province.
The military source said that the air force destroyed dens and hotbeds of terrorist organizations in intensive strikes against their fortifications in Wajib al-Ahmar, Abu Risha, Kitf al-Ghadir, al-Mughira and Tartyah in the northeastern countryside of the province.
Many terrorists were killed by army air strikes in Salma, Ein al-Hour, al-Rab Mountain, Abu Risheh and Kitf al-Hariq, and theterrorists' weapons and equipment were destroyed in the process.