New reinforcement | Coalition convoy heads to bases in NE Syria
Syrian Observatory activists have reported seeing a new convoy of the International Coalition, comprising nearly 20 vehicles, mostly oil trucks, as well as five other trucks, crossing into Syria, via al-Waleed border crossing with Kudistan Region of Iraq. The convoy headed to the Coalition military bases in north-eastern Syria.
On May 9, Syrian Observatory activists reported the entry of a convoy of the International Coalition to Syria, as the convoy comprises nearly 25 vehicles, including armoured vehicles and trucks carrying vehicles, weapons and containers. The convoy headed to al-Qamishli and then to military bases in north and east Syria.
While on April 5, SOHR activists reported the entry of a military convoy of the International Coalition, consisting of 30 vehicles, including trucks, “Hummer” vehicles and fuel tanks, to Syria. The convoy went through the city of al-Qamishli and headed towards M4 highway to the military bases in northern and eastern Syria.
Earlier that day, SOHR activists reported seeing a new convoy of the International Coalition crossing into Syria from Kurdistan Region of Iraq, via al-Waleed border crossing. The convoy which have comprised nearly 50 trucks carrying military and logistical supplies headed to the Coalition bases in the countryside of Deir Ezzor and al-Hasakah.