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Syrian army stopped a US military convoy and forced it to withdraw back (video)

DAMASCUS, (BM) – A few hours ago, Syrian government forces stopped a large American military convoy trying to enter Tel Tamr, in the province of Hasaka, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Aviapro.

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Contrary to the fact that the U.S. military was in armored vehicles and the U.S. Army was behind the turrets, the Syrian military menacingly stopped the U.S. troops and demanded to get out in the opposite direction.

On the presented video frames, you can see how the armed Syrian military is blocking the way for the American troops, and after short negotiations they point them in the opposite direction, motivating that the road will be closed further, after which all the armored vehicles of the U.S. army begin to unfold.

It is reported that any collisions were avoided.

Judging by the allegations, there were at least 7 armored vehicles in the American military convoy, although only five vehicles can be seen on the video frames presented.

Often we are talking only about four armored vehicles, which may well indicate the fact that the United States is strengthening its military presence in this region, and only thanks to Syrian forces, the Americans manage to restrain from moving to the western and central part of Syria.

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