Field sources reported that 200 terrorists and family members residing in the towns of Yalda, Babila and Beit Saham have so far left Beit Saham corridor for Northern Syria on 5 buses.
The Syrian army has so far sent 60 buses to Beit Saham corridor to transfer 5,000 militants and their family members to Northern Syria.
The Syrian army will tighten noose on the ISIL terrorists in Southern Damascus after full evacuation of the terrorists from the three towns and the army forces’ deployment in them.
Earlier today, the Syrian army troops tightened noose on the ISIL terrorists by advancing in Southern Damascus, opening new operational fronts and dispatching reinforcements and military equipment to the region.
The army has now deployed forces in al-Raijeh square (North) to Abu Foad neighborhood (South) in Northwestern Yarmouk refugee camp which was earlier one of the al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) strongholds and has sent fresh units and equipment to the region with the aim of opening new operational fronts.
Reports also said that the army has engaged in fierce clashes with the terrorists after attacking the militants’ positions in Loubiyeh street, regaining control of several points.
Meantime, a field commander confirmed clashes in Loubiyeh street, stressing that the army wants to isolate the terrorists in al-Shohada street, extending from Loubiyeh street to the town of Yarmouk in the North.
Also, field sources reported that the army has dispatched fresh forces and new military equipment to Da’aboul street East of al-Tazamon neighborhood as clashes are underway in the South of al-Tazamon.
They added that the clashes have inflicted heavy casualties on the terrorists.
Meantime, other army units continued clashes with the ISIL militants in A’alaf region, advancing in several points.