Russian military convoy was blocked by a US patrol in Syria

DAMASCUS, (BM) – A few hours ago, in the north-eastern part of Syria, US military units once again intercepted a Russian military convoy, learned citing several local sources and news agency Aviapro.

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The incident occurred in the Syrian province of Hasaka, during the transfer of Russian military equipment to one of the bases.

“According to news reports, a large Russian military convoy attempted to transport equipment by passing through the Tal Tamr roundabout when it was blocked by an American patrol. According to reports, a Russian military convoy was trying to head for the city of Kamyshly when they were blocked by an American patrol in the Al-Hasaka countryside,” said the Arab newspaper Al Masdar News, citing the Syrian news agency North Press.

At the moment, it is known that the incident with the interception of a Russian military convoy occurred without any armed clashes, but the situation is not commented on by either the Russian or the US military.

It is noteworthy that it became known days earlier that the American military convoy was intercepted in a similar way, while the Syrian Kurds attacked the American military with stones and even tried to set fire to one of the vehicles, in connection with which, the probability of that the interception of a Russian military convoy is a retaliatory response from the United States.


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