In 72 hours | Over 100 International Coalition trucks enter Syria through Al-Walid crossing
SOHR activists have monitored the entry of a new International Coalition convoy to northern and eastern of Syria coming from Kurdistan-Iraq region, where the convoy entered through Al-Walid border crossing and headed towards Al-Qamishly city, and then towards the military bases in Al-Hasakah and Deir Ezzor.
The convoy comprises 30 trucks carrying logistic and military materials.
This is the second convoy in 72 hours, raising the number of trucks to over 100 in 72 hours.
On June 16, SOHR sources reported that a convoy of the “International Coalition” entered areas in north and east Syria, coming from Kurdistan region of Iraq via Al-Walid border crossing.
The convoy comprised 76 vehicles loaded with logistical and military supplies.
The coalition convoy headed towards military bases in Al-Hasakah in north and east Syria.
On June 6, SOHR activists reported seeing trucks of the International Coalition exit from Al-Hasakah city and head towards coalition bases in Al-Shaddadi and Deir Ezzor.
This coincided with Turkish threats to launch military operations in areas in northern and eastern Syria.