On May 30, the Free Syrian Army (FSA) operations room in southern Syria known as “al-Bunyan al-Marsous” announced that FSA fighters had shelled a large convoy of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) while it was on its way from the town of Khirbet Ghazaleh to the northern part of Daraa city.
Later, Syrian pro-government sources confirmed that a convoy of the Tiger Forces had arrived in the governorate of Daraa. However, the sources didn’t report any loses as a result of the FSA shelling.
In a similar way, the FSA shelled a convoy of the SAA after it arrived to after it arrived to the Shilka Battalion in the northern part of the city of Daraa on May 24. Back then, pro-government sources said that the shelling was ineffective.
According to Syrian pro-government activists, more units of the Tiger Forces and the SAA’s 4th Division will be deployed in the governorates of Daraa and al-Quneitra in the upcoming days. However, it is still unknown when the SAA will launch its military operations against the FSA and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) in these governorates.