130 International Coalition trucks loaded with military and logistics equipment enter Deir Ezzor in support of SDF
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today the arrival of a convoy of the International Coalition to Deir Ezzor; as an aid to the Syria Democratic Forces. Sources of the Syrian Observatory monitored that 130 trucks carrying military vehicles, tanks, military and logistical equipment entered yesterday from al-Walid border crossing with the Kurdistan area of Iraq.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on the 21st of December 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a convoy of military assistance affiliated to the “International Coalition” including more than 100 trucks via Al-Walid crossing point at the border with Kurdistan Region of Iraq, carrying 4×4 military vehicles and “Hummer” vehicles in support of Syria Democratic Forces. A part of the convoy has been empted in Himu base in Al-Qamishli and the rest of it headed to areas in Al-Hasakah and Deir Ezzor.
On December 15, SOHR monitored a patrol of the U.S. forces launched today morning, Sunday, from Himu base in Al-Qamishli in Al-Hasakah city, and the 4-armored vehicle patrol divided into 2 group, in which 2 armored vehicles headed towards Al-Itfa’iyah roundabout, and the 2 others headed to Sinalco roundabout, and the vehicles stopped in the abovementioned areas for nearly 6 hours, without doing anything, before they left the city towards the U.S. base in Isterahat Wazir, amid flight of U.S. helicopters over the area.