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US armored convoy ousted Russian military from an important region of Syria

DAMASCUS, (BM) – A few hours ago, with the next attempt by the Russian military to enter the area located behind the large Syrian city of Tel Tamr, despite the legitimate presence of the Russian military in the territory of the Arab Republic, several units of American armored vehicles aggressively blocked the road for the Russian military, forcing the latter to leave the area.

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This was reported by local sources and news agency Aviapro.

At the moment, it remains unknown how many units of equipment followed in the convoy of the Russian military, however, sources say that from the American side there were at least four units of armored vehicles, in particular, we are talking about armored cars.

It is reported that the conflict between the American and Russian sides was avoided, however, experts pay attention to the fact that the actions of the US military are not only illegal, but also provocative.

“We are talking about the military police, which should provide control over the situation in the region. Given the fact that Damascus has endowed Russia with all the necessary rights, it remains unknown why the Russian military is still not taking any countermeasures against the US military,” a military expert notes.

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