SAA to Lay Siege on Two Terrorists Strongholds in Eastern Ghouta

Syrian Army and allies are preparing to conduct a siege of the towns of Douma and Mesraba, two terrorist strongholds in Eastern Ghouta, media reported, citing military and local sources. referring to unnamed military sources, the Syrian Arab Army has managed to deploy near Douma, which is considered to be the s0-called “Jeish al-Islam” terrorist group’s center in the region. Meanwhile, other army units are reportedly advancing further to Mesraba from Beit Sawa, as the troops are expected to launch a large-scale attack on the two towns within several hours to amplify pressure on the remaining terrorists in the area. On March 7, a Syrian army colonel told state TV that people in Eastern Ghouta would return to the “state’s embrace” very soon, while another Syrian commander told the SANA broadcaster that militants had mined roads in the area. “We have received instructions from the army command to lift the siege of our people in Eastern Ghouta. God willing, very, very, very soon… they will return to the state’s embrace,” the colonel said in a broadcast near the town of Mesraba. Earlier on the same day, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that the Syrian army had launched an operation in the region to eliminate the civilian security threat in response to the daily bombardment of areas of central Damascus by terrorists in Eastern Ghouta.

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