The Syrian Army’s engineering units continued their mop-up operations in the newly-liberated towns and villages in Quneitra province, and a found large amount of weapons, artillery cannons, mines and communications systems as well as medicine, some made in Israel.
A military source also reported that the Syrian troops also found West-made machineguns, anti-tank mines, anti-tank missiles and ammunition.
In a relevant development in mid-May, the Syrian Army seized a large amount of weapons and ammunition, including Israel-made weapons and military equipment in areas formerly held by the terrorists in Quneitra province.
The Syrian Army’s engineering units found several arms and military equipment, including many weapons and military equipment, in the army’s mop-up operation in the towns and villages of Quneitra province.
Meantime, a military source said that the army forces found a large cache of different types of weapons, machineguns, ammunition, RPG, anti-tank missile, communication equipment, night-vision cameras and also Israel-made military equipment and medicine.
The Syrian Army units, during their mop-up operations against the remnants of the ISIL, also discovered an underground depot containing a large amount of weapons, military equipment and ammunition in the surrounding areas of Qala al-Rahbeh West of the city of al-Mayadeen in Eastern Deir Ezzur.