Heading to Damascus | Iranian-backed militias bring in nearly 15 oil trucks from Iraq • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Heading to Damascus | Iranian-backed militias bring in nearly 15 oil trucks from Iraq

Reliable SOHR sources in west Euphrates region, which is the Iranian “colony” in Syria, have reported that an Iranian-backed Iraqi militia brought in nearly 15 oil trucks from Iraq to Syria in the past few hours, via al-Sekak crossing run by the Iranian-backed militias on the Syria-Iraq border.

 

SOHR sources have also confirmed that the trucks did not stop in west Euphrates region, as they took Deir Ezzor-Damascus highway. It is expected that the trucks will be unloaded in Damascus. However, the militia to which these trucks were affiliated remained unknown.

 

On September 20, SOHR sources in west Euphrates region, the “Iranian colony in Syria”, reported the arrival of a new batch of fuel from Iraq, as three oil trucks, two were carrying gasoline and one carrying petrol, arrived at positions of Abu al-Fadl al-Abbas militia. It is worth noting that the trucks, which entered Syria via unofficial crossings used by the Iranian-backed militias on the Syria-Iraq border, were escorted by four four-wheel drive vehicles (4×4) guarding the batch. This cargo was unloaded in large underground tanks in al-Shibli archaeological site in al-Mayadeen desert in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

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