The US continues to reinforce its military presence in Syria
DAMASCUS, (BM) – The United States sent additional military armored vehicles and equipment to Syria, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Syrian state agency SANA.
According to the agency’s report the US armed forces continue to reinforce their military presence of Syrian territory in a “new and flagrant violation of international law and norms”.
“Two convoys, including military vehicles loaded with military and logistic materials and reinforcements, headed for the cities of Al-Malikiyah and Al-Shaddadi in Hasaka countryside coming from Iraq” the agency notes.
Civil sources told SANA reporter that at dawn on Tuesday 6 Hummers, 5 containers and 5 tankers for transporting oil made their way through the illegal crossing of al-Walid, heading for Khirab al-Jeer base in the vicinity of Al-Malikiyah, northeast of Hasaka.
The sources pointed out that another convoy included trucks, containers and military vehicles was seen on Hasaka road, coming from Tal Barrak road towards the US illegal bases in al-Shaddadi city, southern Hasaka.
On Monday, a convoy of 30 military vehicles loaded with military and logistic equipment entered Syria from Iraq, through the illegitimate crossing of al-Walid, heading for Qamishli in the north-eastern province of Hasaka.
BulgarianMilitary.com recalls that on April 25 Russia, Syria and Iran have deployed hundreds of tanks in Syria and are likely preparing to launch large-scale military operations in the country.
It’s about the transfer of heavy armored vehicles to Iranian troops who intend to take part in the offensive operation.
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