Syria: Jeish Al-Fatah’s Missile Depot Found in Eastern Aleppo
The source quoted a Russian bomb and mine defusing expert as saying that the sappers used special devices and police-trained dogs and found a depot of missiles and hand-made mortars in Jeish al-Fatah’s positions in Eastern districts of Aleppo city.
Terrorists had left bombs and mines in the depot before leaving their positions, the source said.
The source further said that this depot and its explosive material could detonate the entire neighborhood from booby-traps and mines, adding the Russian experts managed to defuse a network of bombs and took the explosives out of the residential areas.
A military source said on Tuesday that Syrian Army’s engineering units continued their demining operation in the Eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo, discovering another depot of arms and ammunition that belonged to Jeish al-Fatah terrorists,
The source said that terrorists had turned people’s houses in Bostan al-Qasr (Bustan al-Kaser) into arms depots and after forcing them out.
The depot in Bostan al-Qasr was reportedly also used as a workshop for building weapons and munitions.
Russian sappers are also defusing bombs and mines planted by terrorists in Aleppo’s neighborhoods.