Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Discovers Arms Made by Western States in Terrorists’ Positions in Southern Damascus
A number rifles and machineguns made in the western states, industrial equipment to make weapons and ammunition and also tunnel-digging machinery were found in the depots in Southern Damascus.
The army men also seized medical equipment in the depots that were utilized in the terrorists’ field hospitals in Yalda, Bebeila and Beit Saham regions.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over the past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.
The Syrian Army forces continued their mop-up operation in the newly-freed regions of Yalda, Bebeila and Beit Saham in Southern Damascus on Tuesday, discovering a large volume of arms and ammunition in terrorists’ positions, including those made in the western countries.
The army units found several large depots of terrorists’ weapons and ammunition in Yalda, Bebeila and Beit Saham.
A large number of missiles, RPG rockets, mortar shells, landmines, communication devices and a large volume of chemicals to make bombs were found in the depots.
A number rifles and machineguns made in the western states, industrial equipment to make weapons and ammunition and also tunnel-digging machinery were found in the depots.
The army men also seized medical equipment in the depots that were utilized in the terrorists’ field hospitals.
The Russian air defense system shot down an unknown drone flying over regions near the Russia-run Humeimim airbase in Lattakia province, the Defense Ministry announced on Tuesday.
The Russian ministry’s statement said that the country’s air defense system intercepted an unknown drone approaching Humeimim airbase in Lattakia province.
The statement further said that the incident has not incurred any losses.
In the meantime, local sources in Jebleh region in Lattakia reported that the Russian air defense units fired four surface-to-air missiles and destroyed several drones of the terrorists near Humeimim airbase early Tuesday.
The Syrian Army sent more forces and military hardware to Dara’a on Tuesday to kick off an imminent anti-terrorism operation in the Southern province.
The army forwarded a large number of forces and more military equipment to the town of Azra’a in Dara’a province.
A number of armored and personnel carrier vehicles were sent to 175th Regiment Base.
In the meantime, the army’s helicopters dropped thousands of leaflets over militant-held regions, calling on the militants to agree to the army’s peace offer.
A military source pointed to the army’s last ultimatum to the terrorists, saying that the army will launch its operation if the militants oppose Damascus’s reconciliation plan.
The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) continue vast forced recruitment in Northern and Northeastern Syria, an indication of its preparation for a tough battle with the Turkish troops in the region.
The SDF has long been exercising forced recruitment in Raqqa, Manbij, Hasaka and Eastern Deir Ezzur and the move has led to popular protests.
The SDF has arrested a number of demonstrators who protested the US-backed militias’ forced recruiting in Raqqa, Manbij and Hasaka.
In the meantime, analysts believe that the SDF prefers to recruit Arab youths and train them to use them later in battle with the Ankara forces.
Meanwhile, a US delegation has recently declared the American forces’ support for the SDF in a meeting with the allied militias in the town of Manbij.
Now local sources and analysts say that they believe the SDF is almost through with the plan and its preparing to launch a major assault against the Turkish army in Northern Syria.