BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:35 A.M.) – Another Syrian Arab Army (SAA) division has redeployed to the East Ghouta region, following orders from their high command in Damascus.

According to the latest report from Damascus, the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) 7th Armored Division redeployed to the East Ghouta, Wednesday, after spending most of the war in the the West Ghouta region.

The 7th Armored Division arrived in east Damascus with a large arsenal of tanks, BMPs, and armored vehicles that will be used inside the well-fortified East Ghouta region.

Below is a video of the 7th Armored Division arriving in east Damascus on Wednesday:

The 7th Division is expected to join up with the 4th Division units they aided during the brief Beit Jinn offensive late last year.

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