Fuerzas del Ejército Árabe Sirio (EAS) continúan avanzando para romper el cerco a una base clave del distrito de Harasta, en el este de Damasco.

Hasta este momento, las unidades de asalto del EAS han recuperado decenas de edificios en el vecindario de al-Ajmi en el distrito de Harasta, y ha ganado control de fuego sobre el local del Hospital Basher.

Además, aviones de combate sirios destruyeron el principal cuartel de operaciones utilizado por Ha’yat Tahrir al-Sham, vinculado a al-Qaeda, grupo terrorista que encabezó la reciente ofensiva militante. La mayoría de los combatientes presentes resultaron muertos o heridos.

Docenas de jihadistas han muerto o han sido capturados como resultado de los fieros combates con el ejército sirio.

En este momento, el EAS ha avanzado 400 metros de los 800 que los separan de las tropas ajo sitio en el Depósito Militar de Vehículos, ubicándose a medio camino de su objetivo.

De todas maneras, hay reportes de que el gran objetivo de esta contra ofensiva es recapturar la totalidad del distrito de Harasta así como todas las zonas al este de Damasco que están bajo control terrorista desde 2012.

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