A large ammunition hiding place was discovered by the military in Idlib

DAMASCUS, (BM) – A large hiding place with ammunition for terrorists was discovered in the area of ​​the village of Khan es Sebil in the province of Idlib by the Syrian military, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing RIA Novosti.

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According to the colonel of engineering troops of the Syrian army, Hadu Yasser, after the liberation of the area by the Syrian army, work began immediately to clean up the territory from the remnants of the militants, during which a bunker with a large amount of ammunition was discovered.

Among the finds are dozens of hand grenades, US anti-personnel mines, detonators, artisanal explosive devices and a martyr’s belt.

According to the military, the production of bombs and suicide belts was established in this territory. There was also a bomb shelter with restrooms equipped by militants.

At the moment, Syrian sappers trained by Russian colleagues are clearing the territory of the village. Ammunition synchronization destroyed by a controlled explosion.

As the military noted, ammunition in the area is found everywhere – residential buildings, basements, wells. The found weapons will be destroyed both at a special training ground and in the field.

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