The Syrian army have seized two trucks loaded with US and Israel-made weapons destined for ISIS militants in Sweida, Syria.
The troops say the weapons include 20 RPG shells, landmines, 90 anti-tanks, BKS machinegun boxes, and various types of ammunition.
The cargos of militants’ weapons and ammunition, including RPG, landmines and various types of ammunition, were seized by the Syrian army in two separate operation in the Eastern and Northeastern deserts of Sweida province.
The Southern province of Sweida, bordering Jordan, has since 2011 been one of the main spots for the infiltration of foreign terrorists and smuggling of arms cargoes to the militant groups inside Syria.
Also in late February, the Syrian army, after receiving tips from its intelligence agents, seized a vehicle loaded with large volume of ammunition on a road in the Southern part of Sweida province.
The cargo of militants’ weapons and ammunition, including RPG and mortar shells, was seized by the Syrian army on a road toward the Eastern Desert (Badiyah).
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