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Russia has sent a huge convoy to Northern Syria against US military

DAMASUS, (BM) – The Arab media outlet Al-Masdar reports that the regular provocations of the US military prompted Russia to send a huge convoy to northern Syria.

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The task of this convoy will be to ensure unhindered passage of Russian military equipment to the eastern part of the Arab Republic, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

The Russian military continues to strengthen its positions in Al-Hasak and in Al-Raqqah. Convoys of reinforcements were sent to the province of Tel Tamr, as well as to the military airport of Tabka, which is located in the western part of Al-Raki.

The Lebanese news agency reports that the US continues to escalate the situation. BulgarianMilitary.com recalls that few days ago Russian military had tried to enter the area located behind the large Syrian city of Tel Tamr, but several units of American armored vehicles aggressively blocked the road for the Russian military, forcing the latter to leave the area.

The Russian military had not previously tried to take control of the eastern part of Syria, avoiding confrontations with American forces. But, if the US military continues to escalate the situation, Russia can begin to act decisively, because, in fact, the US military has no legal rights to stop Russian military convoys and patrols.

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