Syrian Army Drives Terrorists back from more Lands Southwest of Damascus
The Syrian military forces engaged in fierce clashes with the terrorist groups in a key town in Western Ghouta, pushing them back from several building blocks.
The Syrian soldiers repelled the terrorist groups’ attacks successfully in the town of Darayya and then in a rapid counter-attack forced them to retreat from at least 42 residential building blocks.
The militants, who had breached the ceasefire, left behind scores of the dead and wounded members and fled the battlefront.
There has not been any confirmed violation of truce by the army across the town.
Earlier this month, the Syrian army and popular forces launched an offensive against the terrorists in Darayya region, and took control of new areas.
According to field sources, the army could win back control over a number of blocks and houses in the Southern parts of Darayya.
The victory was gained after severe clashes with militants which killed tens of them and injured others, the sources added.