Trying to woo and lure people | Russia distributes relief aid in Iran proxies-held areas in Deir Ezzor • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Trying to woo and lure people | Russia distributes relief aid in Iran proxies-held areas in Deir Ezzor

As Russia spares no effort in curtailing Iranian influence in Syria and imposing its complete control over Syria by all means across Syria, particularly in Iran-held areas, Russia attempts to attract, lure and woo people by providing relief assistance to them.

According to the Syrian Observatory sources, Russian forces have entered seven villages east of Euphrates, namely, “Hatlah, Murat, Mazloum, Khasham, TAl-Tabiyah, Al-Salihiyah and Al-Husseinieh,” distributing clothing and relief goods to the people, accompanied by the mayor of the village of Hatlah, as part of an attempt by the Russians to prevent the ongoing Iranian expansion in Syrian territory.

On January 16, Reliable sources informed SOHR that Iranian military leaders in the presence of regime army and leaders of the National Defence in Deir Ezzpr province opened a bridge for connecting areas under the control of the Iranian forces and factions in west Euphrates with the eastern bank of the river in Deir Ezzor. The bridge connects Al-Husainyah in east Euphrates with Al-Kuwayqah in west Euphrates.