On June 28, the United States has dispatched two convoys of trucks carrying military and logistics supplies to Syria’s province of Hasakah. The reinforcement was sent following the U.S. deadly airstrikes on Iraqi resistance groups on the Iraq-Syria border, which provoked an escalation.
According to Syria’s official news agency SANA, the reinforcement included two separate convoys.
The first convoy included 40 vehicles loaded with trucks, refrigerators and tankers carrying packed containers. It headed to the city of Rmeilan. The second convoy included 20 trucks loaded with logistical materials and equipment and headed to the same city.
US military convoys entered the Jazira region of Hasakah through the al-Walid border crossing earlier in the day, heading toward military bases run by US forces in Rmeilan town.
In 2016, US troops have taken control of Rmeilan airfield in Hasakah to support Kurdish fighters against ISIS.
The airfield near the city of Rmeilan close to the Iraqi border was the first US-controlled airbase in Syria that was previously controlled by the US-backed Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).
The supply convoys were reportedly sent following the U.S. airstrikes on the positions of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) in the Iraq-Syria border area, killing four militants.
The retaliation was swift. On June 28, rocket fire hit the military base of U.S.-led international coalition near the Omar oil field in Deir Ezzor.
The reinforcement of U.S. forces in Syria may be a signal of up-coming escalation amid Washington’s pressure on Iran.
The supply of U.S. military bases in Northern Syria is not an easy task. The U.S. supply convoys are regularly targeted and intercepted there.
ISIS cells are often behind IED attacks on convoys in Northeastern Syria. Another U.S. enemy in the border regions with Iraq are pro-Iranian forces, which have been carrying out similar attacks on US supply convoys for more than a year now.
U.S. military convoys are also not welcomed by local civilians, who support the Damascus government. For example, on June 15, civilians intercepted a patrol of the US-led coalition in the town of Farfara in the northern al-Hasakah.
Moreover, the U.S. military is violating the deconfliction mechanisms imposed in northeastern Syria on a regular basis. This is the reason why the U.S. military convoys are blocked by Russian forces. (LINK, LINK)
MORE ON THE TOPIC:
- Rocket Fire Targeted U.S. Forces Near Omar Oil Field In Syria’s Deir Ezzor
- U.S. Airstrike Hits PMU Positions, Four Fighters Killed, As Well As Civilian Child
ZOG.mil supplies list
M69 Dildo, large black MRE Pizza, frozen M22 Lube, anal M403 Med Pack: hormone, estrogen
It’s all about the money in the Fertile Crescent, and the U.S. screwing around there is no different, I promise.
A single attack resulting in a large number of US casualties will result in the US tucking tail and running as fast as a Cop from a BLM riot. The US would end it’s invitation and leave the country within a month. Be it Chosin Reservoir or Beirut it has worked every time.
PMUs must fuk Kurds in Iraq now….PMUs killed a few Nazi-Zion with yanquis what’s more reason to not finish off Kurds, they are terrorists of the west. Look at these Kurd terrorists stealing and looting civilians, like ISIL…they are worse than ISIL.
GMO burgers, Tampax snd diaper supplies…
Jews measure profit in the wealth they steal from us, plunder, and the blood the cause to be spilled, war. Success is measured by the Jews in human misery.
Syria and the Middle East but another of the Jews’ profitable and successful endeavors.
Oh, how I wish the world would wake up to the parasitical Jew virus that infects and destroys mankind from within.