The army forces discovered the factory in the town of Zamalka in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus on Thursday in which Faylaq al-Rahman militants manufactured different types of bombs and ammunition.
Meantime, the Syrian army units found and seized a bomb-laden car in a region between the towns of Zmalka and Hazeh in Eastern Ghouta.
In a relevant development on Wednesday, Jeish al-Islam militants delivered their advanced Israeli and European-made weapons to the Syrian Army within the framework of an evacuation agreement in the town of Douma, a media outlet reported.
The Arabic-language website of Sputnik reported that a sum of 1,384 militants and their family members with a total number of 3,792 left Douma for the town of Jarabulus in Northeastern Aleppo on 85 buses.
It went on to say that the evacuation process will continue for the next two days due to logistical reasons, adding that Jeish al-Islam has handed over its light and semi-heavy arms to the army.
The Arabic Sputnik further said that Israeli sniper rifles and Belgian-made RPG rockets and PKC machineguns were among the arms.