On August 31, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) discovered a large ammo depot, which had been left behind by Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) militants, in the town of Jubata al-Khashab in the governorate of al-Quneitra during a search operation, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).
The ammo depot contained dozens of M72 LAW unguided anti-tank missiles, two Fagot anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs), two AGS-17 automatic grenade launchers, five SPG-9 73mm recoilless guns, dozens of machine guns and tons of ammunition.
Furthermore, the SAA uncovered several medical points of militants along the separation line with the occupied Golan Heights, according to the SANA’s reporter in al-Quneitra. Tons of Israeli-made medical supplies were found inside these points.
The SAA imposed control of opposition-held areas in southern Syria two months ago after a successful military operation that led to a reconciliation agreement. The militants who rejected the agreement were forced to withdraw towards the northern part of the country.