The Damascus City Water Supply and Sewerage Authority announcement on Friday through a statement on its website that terrorists have contaminated drinking water in the city with diesel, forcing them to cut water supplies for a few days.

The areas of Rif Dimashq and Damascus have had to start using water reserves for the “next few days” until the problem is resolved.

The al-Fija spring, which supplies the capital with water, is located in the militant-held Souq Wadi Barada village, northwest of Damascus, in a mountainous terrain near the Lebanese border, PressTV explained.

 

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