Syrian Army Regains Control of Several Other Regions Near Jordan Borders
The Syrian soldiers engaged in clashes with the terrorists in Southeastern Sweida, retaking control of Qa’a al-Sarat, Wadi al-Sha’ab and the 133rd border-garrison near Jordan.
They also inflicted a number of tolls and injuries on the terrorists and destroyed their military equipment.
The Arabic-language AMN quoted a military source in Southern Syria as saying that the Syrian army and popular forces has captured a 57km of land along the Jordanian border, forcing the Free Syrian Army fighters to do mass retreat to Jordan.
Pro-gov’t forces are in control of territories between the 134th, 139th, and 151st border-garrisons in Sweida province as they managed to control the entire Sweida-Jordan border.
In a relevant development on Tuesday, the Syrian army troops stormed ISIL’s defense lines in Southeastern Sweida and imposed full control over a region 100sq/km in area.
The army units engaged in tough battle with ISIL and pushed them back from Tal (hill) Asadi, Tal Jarin, Tal al-Rayahin and Ba’ar al-Sabouni region and later continued their advance towards Ba’ar al-Sawt.
A military source said that the army has captured 100sq/km of land after its recent advances in Southern Sweida.