Militants in Syria to Withdraw from more Areas in Western Ghouta of Damascus
Terrorists eventually agreed to Syrian army's conditions for surrendering or leaving Ein al-Fijah region in Wadi al-Bardi of Western Ghouta after they came under increasing pressure by local residents.
The governor-general of Damascus said if the terrorists remain committed to their undertakings, an agreement will be signed with them within the next two days and "the operations to repair the water facilities will start right away".
Field sources said that the terrorists in other regions of Wadi al-Bardi have not yet asked for government amnesty as they are entangled in intense differences on joining or refusing the reconciliation plan.
Field reports said on Tuesday that the Syrian army troops are about to start a fresh round of large-scale operation in Wadi al-Bardi in Western Damascus in coming hours after terrorists refused to join peace talks with the government.
According to reports, terrorists' movements in Wadi al-Bardi have been increased and in return the army is preparing to carry out a vast operation to purge the militants from the region.
The army's artillery units have started shelling terrorists' centers in Wadi al-Bardi in Northwestern Damascus.
In the meantime, missile units and army aircraft have been pounding terrorists' positions.
Clashes in the regions of Souq Wadi al-Bardi, Ein al-Fijeh and al-Hosseiniyeh are underway simultaneous with artillery and missile shelling.
Wadi al-Bardi is a region that overlooks Western mountain of al-Qalamoun region and is located almost 20 kilometers to Damascus. Al-Qalamoun chain mountains have laid along joint border of Syria and Lebanon from where the terrorists were previously penetrating into Syria's soil form Lebanon, smuggling weapons.
Wadi al-Bardi is of strategic importance because it is home to a large volume of drinking water reservoir, FNA reported.
Source: Al-Alam News Network