RNA - The army soldiers seized the large arms supply destined for ISIL's frontlines near the desert town of Ithriya at Raqqa border on Tuesday night, massdar news reported.
The army men reportedly captured 49 grad missiles, 100 artillery shells, and a large supply of ammunition.
It is still not clear why Al-Nusra transport was heading towards the ISIL front-lines; however, it is assumed that they were likely going to sell the weapons to the terrorist group.
Also, the army troops and aircraft targeted the movements and gatherings of ISIL and Al-Nusra Front in Eastern and Northern Hama on Monday, inflicting major losses on the terrorists.
The warplanes pounded terrorists' movements North of the town of Souran in Northern Hama, killing over 10 militants and destroying two vehicles.
In the meantime, the army soldiers engaged in fierce clashes with terrorists in Syriatel checkin North of Souran, killing and wounding a number of them.
Meanwhile, the army soldiers stormed ISIL's positions along the oil pipeline Southeast of the village of Aqarib, killing a large number of them and destroying several military vehicles.
The army men also seized a vehicle of ISIL terrorists carrying a large volume of missiles and mortar shells on Ithriya- Wadi al-Azib road in Northeastern Hama heading toward ISIL-held regions.