SYRIA (OBSERVATORY) – Dozens of dead, wounded and prisoners have been killed by government forces and pro-government insurgents in the south of the Syrian capital Damascus, while the 4th Division’s forces fail to make progress on those fronts.
Sources in the Syrian opposition told the German news agency (dpa) that “the government forces stepped up its air and missile attacks and artillery to achieve progress on the ground after the restoration of the militants / the Islamic State Organization,” he urged the victory point sites submitted by the government forces on the axis of Al-Zain and courtyard Al-Rigi camp in Yarmouk camp and suffered more than 50 dead and more than 130 wounded and captured 13 elements in the neighborhood of foot.”
The sources confirmed that “the fighters of the fourth division in the government forces the most violent attack on the neighborhoods of Black Stone Solidarity and Yarmouk camp to achieve control over those neighborhoods after their failure to achieve victory on the fronts of the eastern Ghouta.”
“Five days after the attack launched by the fourth group led by Maher al-Assad, the brother of the Syrian president, he made no progress,” the sources said.
The Syrian and Russian air force launched more than 400 raids on neighborhoods south of Damascus, most of which focused on the Black Stone neighborhood and the Yarmouk refugee camp, as well as thousands of rocket-propelled grenades. The neighborhoods of Damascus, near the Black Stone, Yarmouk camp and solidarity, witnessed a large displacement of more than 50% And the area controlled by the government forces of the neighborhood of solidarity in addition to the eastern sides of the neighborhood of foot.
Palestinian forces in Damascus said at least nine people were killed in the Yarmouk refugee camp.
The Palestinian forces confirmed in a statement received by the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) last Friday that one person was killed and a number of workers were injured. There were bodies and bodies lying on the streets, and wounded were unable to provide them with heavy and continuous shelling. , The actual absence of medical service, and a large number of civilians are still trapped in their homes or in cellars. “