Syrian security forces seize Turkish-made currency lab in former ISIS hideout

The Syrian security forces have captured large factory of printing money belong to the extremist group of the Islamic state (ISIS) in the countryside of Deir Ezzor.
According to local reports, the machinery was found in former ISIS position in Al-hasrat village of Deir Ezzor while cleansing the area by the Syrian forces.
The photographs below were released by SANA agency, emerge tools of the machinery that were manufactured in Turkey according to the writing on them.
Two days ago, Units of the Syrian Arab Army on Saturday found huge amounts of weapons and ammunition from the remnants of Daesh (ISIS) during combing the liberated areas in Deir Ezzor eastern countryside.

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