Final Phase of Syrian Army's Anti-Terrorism Operation in Eastern Damascus
The sources said that the army has forwarded a large volume of military equipment to Dhahiyeh al-Assad Air Force garrison in Eastern Ghouta, paving the ground for the start of the final phase of a large-scale anti-terrorism operation.
In the meantime, the army men and resistance forces targeted terrorists' positions in the towns of Harazma, al-Meida'ani and al-Nashabiyeh in al-Marj region.
The army troops established a safe corridor for the evacuation of civilians from terrorist-held regions in Eastern Ghouta on Saturday to be relocated to government-controlled areas under Russia's monitoring.
The first safe corridor to transfer civilians from terrorist-held regions was set up by the army in a refugee camp in Eastern Ghouta yesterday.
The corridor will be used to transfer people to safer regions under the control of the army similar to the evacuation people from Aleppo city.
A military source said that the safe corridor was set up under Russian monitoring, adding that more safe corridors will be set up in the region soon.
The source added that with dividing Eastern Ghouta into four parts, the army would establish two safe corridors in each part to pave the ground for the residents and also for those militants that wanted to join the peace agreement to be able to leave the militant-held regions.
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