The International Coalition brings major military reinforcements to its new base located about 8 km away of Deir Ezzor city
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the arrival of major military reinforcements of the International Coalition forces to the former headquarters of the “113th Brigade”, which became a military base for the Coalition, and sources told the Syrian Observatory that this new base is about 8 km to the east of Euphrates, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 4th that Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented today evening, a patrol of U.S. forces roaming near the Turkish border near Ayn Diwar village of Al-Malikiyah city (Dayrik).
The patrol took Al-Siyasi Road adjacent to the Turkish border passing by Smilka crossing point.
Sources of SOHR said that the U.S. patrol was escorted by a vehicle of Syria Democratic Forces.
On the 2nd of November 2019, SOHR published that it monitored the arrival of a patrol of the U.S. Forces in Himo village which is about 4 km away of Qameshly city to the west, and also a few kilometers away of the Syrian – Turkish border, where the patrol roamed the village that already has a U.S. military base, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published this morning that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received information that the U.S. Forces are in the process of establishing a new military post in Qameshly, and according to the information of the Syrian Observatory, the point will be established during today, Saturday, where the U.S. Forces will go from al-Hasakah towards al-Qameshly to work on establishing a permanent point there.