Syrian security forces have seized large weapons caches left behind by militants in the provinces of Homs and Quneitra, according to the country’s state-run media.
In the villages of Briqa, Beir Ajam and Rasm al-Sanad in Quneitra province, security troops seized communication devices, a reconnaissance drone, US-made TOW missiles, various weapons and ammunition, including missiles, tank shells, mortar rounds, anti-tank shells, explosives detectors, jamming devices, and night vision binoculars, as well as multiple vehicles.
In the area of al-Houla in Homs province, security forces captured a number of machineguns, various ammunition, mortar shells and homemade rockets.
The uncovering of weapons caches is a coomon thing in the formally liberated areas across Syria. This shows that the security sitaution in the country still remains complicated because the Damascus government has not enough resources to rapidly secure all territory it controls. One of the main reason of this is that Damascus is focusing its efforts on solving the terrorism problem in the northwestern part of Syria.
Photos of the weapons captured in the province of Quneitra: