TEHRAN – Syrian Army troops and Lebanese Hezbollah fighters beat the militant groups back in Western Ghouta and took full control over 25 large farms in the region.
The Syrian pro-government forces pushed the terrorist groups back from over 25 farms in the strategic town of Darayya, as they continued their large-scale push to seize the area.
This latest advance by the Syrian Armed Forces comes just one week after the terrorists of Ajnad al-Sham launched a failed offensive to recover their territory inside the town.
On Thursday, Syrian army officials found a large cache full of US-made weapons destined for the terrorists deployed in Damascus province.
The depot was discovered and destroyed by the Syrian officials after intense intelligence operations, a source said on Thursday.
He added that the large cache included different types of mid and small US-made machine guns and long-range sniper guns as well as anti-tank RPGs.