Bloodshed in Syria is going on
Syrian security forces have inflicted heavy losses on foreign-backed militants in key areas on the outskirts of Damascus. Iranian Press TV writes about this referring to the Syrian SANA news agency.
According to the source on Sunday, the government forces killed and wounded many militants in Darayya, which is a strategic suburb of the capital.
Earlier, a government official said the Army had taken much of Darayya after nearly two months of fighting in the district.
The Darayya suburb is flanked by the key districts of Mezzeh, which is home to a military airbase, and Kafar Sussah that houses the government headquarters.
Government troops also destroyed the militants’ hideouts and confiscated their weapons.
In addition, the Army killed and wounded many members of armed terrorist groups in Douma Farms and al-Maliha in Damascus countryside.
The security forces also attacked militants in and around the governorates of Hama, Homs, and in Aleppo. The Syrian troops destroyed their hideouts and confiscated weapons.