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DECEMBER 2022

Syrian Army Deploys Large Reinforcements In Northeastern Region After Turkish Attack On Its Troops

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Syrian Army Deploys Large Reinforcements In Northeastern Region After Turkish Attack On Its Troops

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Late on June 4, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) deployed large reinforcements near the town of Ain Issa in the northern Raqqa countryside, which is controlled by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

The SAA and the Russian Military Police established a network of positions in SDF-held areas in northeastern Syria in 2019 to reinforce a de-escalation agreement that froze the conflict between the group and Turkish forces. The positions spread from the northwestern Aleppo countryside to the northern Raqqa countryside and the northern countryside of al-Hasakah.

According to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the reinforcement that arrived in Ain Issa included several battle tanks, armored vehicles, howitzers and dozens of troops.

The deployment came just hours after a series of Turkish artillery strikes on the SDF-held part of the northern al-Hasakah countryside, which left six soldiers of the SAA wounded.

The Turkish military and its proxies are currently preparing to launch a new operation against the SDF in northern and northeastern Syria with the aim of establishing a 30-kilometer safe zone along the border line with Turkey.

In a recent speech, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the main targets of the upcoming operation will be SDF-held towns of Tell Rifaat and Manbij in the northern countryside of Aleppo. The SAA and the Russian Military Police maintain a strong presence near both towns.

Damascus, who condemned Turkey’s plans to launch a new operation in Syria on several occasion, appears to be determined to take a stand against Ankara this time.

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cliff

If I was the Russian I would deployed about 5 k to 10 thousand troops to Syria with artillery and air defenses. At least 5k would do itm Ankara must know they will not be make a deal with the United States of America in order to let them move againt the kurds in order to let Finland and Sweden into NATO.

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Jnoub

Russia missed a perfect chance to battle harden their troops. Russia has been in Syria for a long time, if Russia did what Hezbollah did by rotating their troops around Syria for experience, that would’ve helped them a lot with adjusting different fighting styles.

Icarus Tanović

Fuck finland and sweden!

Антон

Norway and Denmark too for the Atlantic pact and for Jensy.)

HUMAN

FUCK UNHUMAN GENOCIDALS!

Anonymous

The house ofSaud they want too. They’re really rich just like Tsar Nicholas and Fekix Yussupov we’re the 2 richest men on earth. Greed and envy. They boast of them as virtues.

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Solitario

The city of Raqqa should be handed back to Syria. If not dont help the kurds.

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Jnoub

Kurds won’t help Syrian government like that, USA owns the Kurds

Peter Jennings

The isreali apartheid regime also wants to be their friend.

HUMAN

Let’s once ask their people

Icarus Tanović

Let’s just show them swines Hell and how pigs fly. Fucking Anatolian biological wastelands waste.

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Edgar Zetar

Guess Turks are playing with fire, but they are covered by NATO, Israel, so they move as it wants against SDF SAA and even Russia…

Attila

What’s sdf ?🖕💥

Антон

Kurdish squads backed by the US, so called Syrian democratic forces, it’s written in the article above.

Last edited 6 months ago by Антон
HUMAN

The ones who will ESTINGUISH you (plural of ‘IT’)! WHAT ARE YOU?

Attila

anus anus behave yourself now be a good girl

HUMAN

That’s the maximum GRUNTING A BEAST LIKE YOU (second of ‘IT’) CAN DO AT ITS BE(A)ST, UNHUMAN GENOCIDAL!

HUMAN

Up with SAA! Up with YPG/YPJ! Up with PKK! FREE Syria! Free Kurdistan! Free Anatolia! Free Middle East!

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