DAMASCUS, Mar. 25 (Press Shia) – Syrian army on Friday restored all points that terrorists infiltrated to in the northern part of Jobar neighborhood on the eastern outskirts of Damascus and continued operations against terrorist organizations in various areas all over the country.

The army units eliminated the last gatherings of Jabhat al-Nusra organization and other Takfiri groups affiliated to it in the Factories area in northern part of Jobar neighborhood on the eastern outskirts of Damascus.

SANA reporter said Friday that army units restored all the points that terrorists infiltrated to in the area separating between Jobar and al-Qaboun neighborhoods and in the textile and spinning factories after launching intensive military operations, inflicting heavy losses upon terrorists amid collapse and confusion in their ranks.

Earlier, the army units killed a number of terrorists of Jabhat al-Nusra organization and other Takfiri groups affiliated to it which infiltrated factories area north of Jobar neighborhood on the eastern outskirts of Damascus.

SANA reporter said that the army units launched at midnight artillery and rocket bombardments against positions of the terrorists in the surroundings of the textile spinning factories.

At the same time, fierce clashes in which light and medium weapons were used were going on between members of the army and the terrorist groups on many axes in the area.

The reporter said that the bombardments and clashes have continued, already resulting in the death of many terrorists, inflicting injuries on others and destroying their dens and fortifications.

Over 157 terrorists have been killed over the past three days as a result of the military operations in northern Jobar, while 25 of their vehicles were destroyed, including 3 car bombs.

In parallel, the Syrian Air Force targeted on Friday the movements and supply routes of the terrorists from the direction of Eastern Ghouta towards the northern part of Jobar neighborhood, inflicting heavy losses upon them in personnel and equipment.

SANA/Press Shia