On March 22, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the Tiger Forces backed up by the Russian Aerospace Forces captured Ayn Tarma’s farms in the western part of the Eastern Ghouta region, according to the Hezbollah media wing in Syria. The SAA and its allies began advancing in the Ayn Tarma district and captured the main engineering facility of Faylaq al-Rahman there.
Syrian pro-government sources also reported that the SAA had launched a new attack pn positions of Faylaq al-Rahman and its allies in the town of Hazzah, east of the Ayn Tarma district. Government forces captured several farms east and southeast of the town.
Meanwhile, militants in the western part of the Eastern Ghouta region shelled several districts of the Syrian capital of Damascus with fourteen cluster rockets, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported.
A source in the Syrian Police told SANA that two civilians had been killed and nine others had been injured in the militants’ rocket attack. Material damage was also caused by the attack.
Syrian pro-government activists view these rocket attacks as a desperate reaction of Faylaq al-Rahman, which is about to lose what’s left of its forces in the Ayn Tarma district.
SAA troops are inside Faylaq al-Rahman’s engineering facility in the Ayn Tarma district: