EAST GHOUTA, Syria – The Syrian Army has continued its impressive drive against terrorist formations and are now on the verge of splitting the East Ghouta enclave into two pockets.
With the liberation of Mesraba town just moments ago, as reported by FRN, the Syrian Army are now in prime position to liberate the 1 kilometer left that would split terrorist organizations in East Ghouta into two pockets.
The liberation of Mesraba was needed so that the Syrian Army could fortify the thin piece of land needed to split East Ghouta. Although a network of tunnels probably still exists, the splitting of East Ghouta will severely hinder their defensive measures against the Syrian Army.
It was hoped that Mesraba would have been liberated yesterday but because of strong winds in Damascus, it slowed down that aim. With Mesraba secured it is now assumed that pro-government forces will now focus today’s efforts on splitting the East Ghouta pocket.