Syrian fighter jets bombed the venue of a secret meeting of two terrorist groups in Eastern Ghouta, leaving at least 30 militants dead, including several Syrian and Saudi commanders.
The warplanes that had received intelligence about the exact venue of a meeting between the commanders of Jeish al-Islam and Faylaq al-Rahman pounded the secret gathering, killing at least 30 militants, including several notorious Syrian and Saudi commanders.
The meeting of the militant commanders was held in al-Mesraba farms to talk about ways to decrease widening differences between Jeish al-Islam and Faylaq al-Rahman.
Jeish al-Islam's large-scale offensive to break through the government positions in Eastern Ghouta was repulsed by the Syrian Army and popular forces on Sunday.
The army and popular fighters fended off large-scale attack of Jeish al-Islam in al-Meida'ani region, inflicting major losses on the militants.
Jeish al-Islam terrorists suffered a heavy death toll and retreated from the battlefield.
The army men also preempted terrorists' operations in Hawsh al-Zawaher and in an attack inflicted a large number of casualties on the terrorists of Jeish al-Islam and Faylaq al-Rahman.
The army soldiers also engaged in fierce clashes with the militants near the town of al-Mohammadiyeh, killing a number of them.
The army troops continued to hit terrorists' position to access the strategic region of Tal Farzat and made fresh advances, capturing more heights in the region.