Coming from Iraq | Members of the 4th Division intercept two Iranian trucks at checkpoint in Deir Ezzor
Deir Ezzor province: Security forces of the 4th Division prevented the entry of cooling trucks coming from Iraq, two of which are Iranian trucks, at a security checkpoint for nearly two hours.
The trucks entered through Al-Bo Kamal crossing on borders with Iraq towards Deir Ezzor city.
Security forces of the 4th Division intercepted the trucks at the checkpoint of Qos Al-Qarya junction in Deir Ezzor countryside.
According to reliable SOHR sources, disputes took place between members of the security of the 4th Division and drivers of the two Iranian trucks, after the members of the checkpoint insisted on searching them, which the drivers refused, while members of the checkpoint permitted their passage without inspection and searching after two hours of disputes, as members of the checkpoint received orders to permit the passage of the two trucks.
It is worth noting that the security of the 4th Division deployed at unofficial checkpoints and crossings, cutting the road to the cities and Syrian areas and imposing royalties on trucks that transport internally and externally, and works on passing drugs batches.
On March 12, buses carrying members of Iranian-backed militias arrived to Al-Mayadin city “the capital of Iranian militias in Syria.”
According to reliable SOHR sources, four buses that had the sentence of “Friends” on them, and three “Pick Up” 4×4 cars arrived to Al-Mayadin city and headed towards Al-Bo Kamal city on borders with Iraq.
It is worth noting that the buses were coming from Deir Ezzor city, and they carried over 200 members in civilian uniforms.
On March 11, SOHR sources reported that Lebanese Hezbollah and Iranian-backed militias returned to their positions and posts in Al-Bokamal and Al-Mayadeen cities in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, a month after their withdrawal from them in February.