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Western Ghouta: Syrian Army Cuts Terrorists’ Supply Routes between Strategic Cities

27 January 2016 14:10



The Syrian army backed by the popular forces and Hezbollah fighters launched a powerful and rapid assault on the terrorists’ positions in the two strategic cities of al-Moadhamiyah and Darayya, cutting the militants’ supply lines to the Southwestern countryside of Damascus.

The Syrian troops and the resistance forces managed to purge al-Moadhamiyah and Darayya cities of terrorists.

More than 20 terrorists were killed and many more were injured in the army assaults on their positions in Western Ghouta.

The Syrian army managed to cut the supply routes between al-Moadhamiyah and Darayya cities by purging the terrorists from the area linking the two cities.

The foreign-backed terrorists have been besieging Western Ghouta for over one year now.

In relevant developments on Tuesday, the Syrian army stormed checkpoints of al-Nusra Front and Ajnad al-Sham terrorist groups and won back one of their main supply lines in Western Ghouta.

The Syrian army troops launched stormed the positions of Ajnad al-Sham and al-Nusra Front along a road linking al-Moadhamiyah to Darayya.

Following hours of heavy battle, the Syrian government forces imposed full control over the remaining checkpoints that were under the control of Ajnad al-Sham and al-Nusra Front; this forced the militant groups to retreat West towards al-Moadhamiyah’s Southeastern district in order to evade capture by the government forces.

As a result of this successful military operation in Western Ghouta, the Ajnad al-Sham and al-Nusra Front are officially cut-off at Darayya and al-Moadhamiyah, leaving them under a potential siege by the Syrian Armed Forces if they decide to obstruct all roads leading to these two cities in Damascus’ Western part.

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