The Syrian Army troops continued their mop-up operation in the Eastern province of Deir Ezzur and found a large volume of arms and ammunition made by NATO member countries and Israel in regions that were previously held by the ISIL terrorists on Tuesday.
The army men carried out a fresh round of cleansing operation in the villages of al-Salehiyeh, al-Dowayer, al-Kashmeh and Sabikhan in Eastern Deir Ezzur, and discovered several arms and ammunition depots of ISIL in the region.
Army officers said a large volume of arms, ammunition, explosives, chemical materials and suicide belts have been found in the depots.
The officers said a number of Israel-made rockets and missiles and several 155mm caliber cannons made by NATO member states were among the weapons discovere in the depots.
In a relevant development but in Damascus province on Thursday the army men imposed control over a base of the terrorists of Ahrar al-Sham, seizing a large cache of weapons.
They added that Israeli-manufactured mines were discovered among the weapons and munitions seized from the terrorists.