BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:20 A.M.) – A cache of weapons allegedly made by the USA, Germany and India has been discovered by Syrian soldiers and the Russian Reconciliation Centre in the Zaafaran settlement in Homs Province, according to the Russian Defence Ministry, footage released on Monday.
Zaafaran was recently liberated from Al-Nusra militants.”We spotted detonators produced by India, the US-made TOW-2, German-made gas masks, completely new and almost not used yet,” said Andrey Nekipelov, a representative Russian Reconciliation Centre in Syria.
According to a statement released by the Russian Reconciliation Centre, in addition to the US-made BGM-71 Tow-2 anti-tank missile, Syrian sappers discovered hidden workshops for producing explosives, a number of underground tunnels equipped with medical facilities and detention cells.
The BGM-71 TOW, the predecessor of the TOW-2, is a US-made antitank missile which has been used by the US army since 1970.
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