USA and Turkey send backup troops to Syria's occupied areas
23 de abril de 2020, 11:6
Damascus, Apr 23 (Prensa Latina) Two military convoys from the US and Turkey have recently entered the Syrian northeast province of Hasakeh, located 860 kilometers northeast of this capital.
Local activists cited by Syrian news TV station Ikhbariya TV reported that 'a convoy of 50 US Army's trucks entered Syrian territory from northern Iraq.'
Those backup including armored and tanker trucks headed for the Kherab Gheir air base and other Washington's illegal facilities south of Hasakeh, they added.
Meanwhile, the Turkish army continues sending war material to its positions and to those of the armed groups it sponsors in the municipality of Ras Al-Ain, occupied by Ankara in October 2019.
The forces sponsored by Turkey sent four trailers with cannons along with some war equipment to local terrorist groups in the towns of Dawudiah and Aniq Hawa, reported the national agency SANA.
Washington maintains several military bases in the oil and gas fields in the Syrian provinces of Hasakeh and Deir Ezzor, as well as sponsors the separatist Syrian Democratic Forces militia, the SDF, which controls extensive areas of the Al-Jazeera region east of the Euphrates River.
In turn, Ankara entered thousands of soldiers to occupy large areas of the Idlib, Aleppo, Raqa and Hasakeh provinces under the excuse of fighting Kurdish militias.
Damascus repeatedly denounced the US' and Turkey's illegal presence in Syria and described both as an occupation, assuring that they will be forced to leave the country with the rise of popular resilience to them.
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