Syrian army gathered a rich "harvest" on the border with Jordan
More than a month has passed since the beginning of the offensive of the Syrian army in the position of terrorists in the province of Dar'a. Battles are intermittent, and most militant groups have already folded weapon. Nonetheless, some of the most intransigent terrorist groups, actively supported by the West, offer fierce resistance to government forces.
A few days ago, the Syrian army finally reached the Jordanian border. Liberating the border areas, the army team managed to seize a variety of weapons supplied by NATO countries to the militants. Among them, the American anti-tank systems TOW-2A, large-caliber machine guns, sniper rifles, body armor and more.
In addition, armored personnel carriers fell into the hands of the Syrians, Tanks, special engineering equipment, guns, howitzers and mortars of various calibers (they were previously repulsed by the Syrian army), as well as a huge amount of ammunition.
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