The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

U.S. Forces return to bases north and northeast of Syria from which they withdrew in the past few days by Trump’s decision

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the U.S. Forces are returning to bases from which they had withdrawn in the past days north and northeast of Syria, after the decision of the U.S. President Donald Trump, and in the details monitored by the Syrian Observatory: more than 500 American soldiers and military and logistical equipment reached Qaserki base, which is located on the M4 highway between Tal Tamr and Tal Baydar, in the area between the Iraqi border – Qameshly – Aleppo over the past 3 days, also Sarin Airport has been witnessing for 5 days landings movement of American warplanes and unloading of cargo planes, as well as the presence of American logistical and military vehicles and equipment.

The Syrian Observatory published this morning that it monitored the entry of 2 convoys belong to the U.S. Forces after midnight of yesterday to Syrian territory through al-Walid border crossing, they include more than 85 machines, trucks, and vehicles carrying military and logistical equipment, and their entry was accompanied by an intensive flight of warplanes in the sky of the area, raising to about 150, the number of trucks and vehicles that entered in 4 stages since Monday evening, where the Syrian Observatory published that it monitored the entry of several trucks belong to the International Coalition forces, in addition to a group of the American Hummers on the international road between al-Hasakah and Qameshly.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also monitored the entry of a second convoy of 35 American armored vehicles, which entered the Syrian territory with air cover from warplanes, amid information that another convoy will enter within two hours.