Syrian Army Imposes Control over 80 Percent of Dara’a Province
The army men drove terrorists out of Wheat Silos, Gas Company Building and Central Prison in Dara’a city outskirts after completing mop-up operation in Qaraz region.
Field sources said that the army has expanded control over eighty percent of Dara’a after its successful operation in Qaraz.
In the meantime, the army’s engineering units started cleansing the newly-freed regions and found a large volume of military equipment, weapons and ammunition, including tanks, US-made missiles, mortar shells, RPG rockets, bombs and western communication devices.
On Tuesday, the army men staged a rapid march on terrorists and freed the entire border region between the Southern province of Dara’a and Jordan after imposing control over Zeizoun region West of Dara’a.
The only area in Dara’a still under terrorists’ control was a few-kilometer-long chunk of the border taken by the ISIL.
In the meantime, field sources said that the army arrived at the ISIL-held region in Hawz al-Yarmouk.
The army cut off the link between the remaining pockets of terrorists trapped in Dara’a city and the operation room in Jordan that was run by the army and security services of a number of Arab and western states, known as the Al-Mouk Operation Room.