Fresh Russian reinforcements arrived on November 6 in the newly-established coordination and operations center near the town of Ain Issa in northern Raqqa.
According to the North Press Agency (NPA), the reinforcements included several military vehicles and dozens of trucks loaded with ammunition and equipment.
“The arrival of 40 Russian trucks loaded with weaponry, ammunition and armored vehicles at the coordination and military operations center between SDF and Russian forces in Ain Issa,” NPA’s reporter in the region said.
The news agency also released several photos of the reinforcements arriving in the center, which used to be a base of the U.S.-led coalition.
Russian forces and the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) will coordinate operations through the center, that was established last week. The Damascus government is not reportedly participating in the center, at least for the time being.