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Illegal US bases in Syria receive reinforcements

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Illegal US bases in Syria receive reinforcements

Damascus, Jun 14 (Prensa Latina) New reinforcements sent by the Pentagon arrived in the illegal US enclaves established in the northeastern Syrian province of Al-Hasakeh, the richest region with oil, gas and wheat, in recent hours.
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Activists quoted by the official media on Tuesday reported that a military convoy with 55 trucks loaded with ammunition, war equipment and logistical material entered the Syrian territory through the illegal al-Walid crossing from northern Iraq.

The convoy, according to sources, was headed to the Kharab al-Jir agricultural airport, located about five kilometers from the town of al-Jarubieh, and converted into an airfield by the US troops.

The movement of the reinforcements was guarded by US armored vehicles and those of the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) operating under the Pentagon command.

The United States has at least a dozen bases in Syria, mostly in the oil and gas fields in the northeastern region of Al Jazeera, mainly in Al-Hasakeh, while it maintains one base in the al-Tanef area, bordering Iraq, to prevent any land communication between these two countries.

Damascus has repeatedly denounced the illegal presence of US troops, which it described as occupation, and assured that the Pentagon’s actions in Syria encourage the terrorist activity and aim to destabilize the country and loot its wealth.

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