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Saturday, June 30

"Syrian Army Cuts Off Terrorists' Supply Line from Dara'a to Jordan Border"


[See also these June 30 reports on SAA's Daraa operation:


June 30, 2018 - 5:25
FARS

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army continued to march in several directions in Dara'a province on Saturday, and seized control of one of the most important supply lines of the terrorists in the region.

Field sources reported on Saturday that the army forces strengthened their military positions in Western Dara'a after imposing full control over the strategic al-Zamitiyeh heights.

They said that the army forces could cut off the road used by the terrorists to transfer military equipment between Eastern and Western Dara'a to the borders with Jordan.

Reports also said that terrorists in the two towns of Tafas and al-Mazirib in Western Dara'a have laid down their arms and surrendered to the Syrian army forces.

Meantime, other army units operating in Eastern Dara'a liberated the town of al-Jizeh and the villages of al-Sahweh and Kahil after heavy clashes with the terrorists.

In a relevant development earlier today, the Syrian army won back control of 2 regions and a strategic hill from the terrorists in Dara'a, finding footprints of certain western and regional states in militants' strongholds.

The Syrian army forces engaged in heavy clashes with the terrorists in Northern Dara'a on Saturday, regaining control of the village of al-Ja'eilah West of Abta'a dam.

Meantime, reports from Eastern Dara'a said that the Syrian army forces have liberated the town of Karak after clashes with the terrorists.

Also, the Syrian army units captured the strategic heights of al-Zamitiyeh from the terrorists in Western Dara'a.

Al-Zamitiyeh heights overlook the military road which links East to the North-East, and West to the North-West of Dara'a.

The army troops also imposed control over two caches of mostly West-made arms during the mop-up operations in the town of Olama in Eastern Dara'a.

Other units of the army also discovered a large amount of medicine originated from certain regional states and international organizations at a field hospital in the town of Olama that had been smuggled to Syria.

[END REPORT]

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