Southern Syria, Army’s Next Target for Military Operations after Eastern Ghouta
The Russian Center for Reconciliation declared on its facebook page on Sunday that Moscow will support the Syrian army’s air and ground operations in the Southern parts of the country still under terrorists’ occupation.
Meantime, the center said in another report that it is still too early to discuss a date for the Dara’a operation as negotiations with militants are underway to end their presence, and the army is still in operation against the terrorists in Eastern Ghouta.
Earlier this month, the Syrian army forwarded a large number of fresh forces and a large volume of military hardware to the Southern province of Dara’a as the terrorist groups are preparing for an imminent operation against the government forces in the region, field sources reported.
The sources said that a large number of fresh soldiers and military equipment have been sent to the regions that are under the army’s control in Dara’a.
The sources went on to say that most of the army soldiers deployed in the neighborhoods of Shamal al-Khat, al-Sahari, al-Matar, al-Sabil and al-Soqour have been put on alert amid the army’s preparation for an imminent operation in Dara’a.
The army’s move to send more troops to Dara’a came after the Free Syrian Army (FSA) terrorists started plans to storm the army positions in Dara’a to provide back up for their comrades in Eastern Ghouta in Damascus province.
The Syrian army is advancing rapidly against terrorist groups in Eastern Ghouta.