Army Closes Passages on Border with Syria to Prevent Four-Wheel Drives' Passageإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
The army has closed several roads on the northern border with Syria to prevent the passage of cars, the state-run National News Agency reported on Monday.
"Army bulldozers have been working for the past three days to close all roads and passages that lead to Syria near the border towns of Arsal and al-Qaa,” the NNA detailed.
"The troops erected barricades at the crossings for this purpose.”
The same source explained that these measures were taken to prevent the passage of four-wheel and equipped drives, few days after rockets were seized at the eastern mountain belt.
On Friday, the army seized and detonated three 107-millimeter Grad rockets in the Bekaa's al-Qaa region.
The rockets were prepared to be launched towards the Hermel region.