المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Military reinforcements arrive to the American Base in al-Omar oilfield in conjunction with skirmishes between the regime and SDF at Euphrates banks

Deir Ezzor Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the continuation arrival of new vehicles to al-Omar oilfield since about 48 hours ago until now, and in the details documented by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: tens of vehicles carrying on board materiel and equipment have arrived at the al-Omar oilfield, which is taken by the American forces as a military base in the east of Euphrates River, these reinforcements came in conjunction with monitoring by the activists of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on Saturday, for an exchange of fire between the Syria Democratic Forces against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, in areas in Noqtat al-Shabaka east of Euphrates River, and in Boqruss water station west of it, followed by shelling by the regime forces on al-Shabaka area in al-ShHil, which caused material damage but no information about casualties, while civilians were denied access or passage from al-Shabaka area after the targeting process, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published earlier that several violent explosions were heard this dawn, Saturday the 3rd of March 2018, caused by several missiles believed to be ground-to-ground, fired from Al-Omar Oilfield controlled by the Syria Democratic Forces, and information about that they fell in Deir Ezzor countryside controlled by the regime forces, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published last night that clashes took place between the Syria Democratic Forces against the gunmen loyal to the regime of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities, in the contact areas between them both in the areas of Khasham and Hussainiyah on the eastern banks of Euphrates River, and the clashes were accompanied by exchange of targeting between both parties, while missiles were seen shelling the areal the sources said that its source was the Syria Democratic Forces and the allied forces.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 8th and 9th of February 2018, that 230 members were killed in International Coalition’s bombing and the explosion of a warehouse in the east of Euphrates River including 80 members of the Russian security companies who were presented in the area to advance with the gunmen loyal to the regime forces to the oil and gas fields on the eastern banks of Euphrates River, including one of the sons of Nawaf al-Bashir who leads al-Baqir Brigade.

Also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained information from several reliable sources that reinforcements continue to reach the Coalition Forces in Manbij area in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that reinforcements of weapons and equipment have arrived to the Coalition Forces, which are continue to be deployed on the contact lines with “Euphrates Shield” Operation Forces and the Turkish forces in the northeastern sector of Aleppo, and the Syrian Observatory learned that the majority of Coalition Forces deployed in the area are of the US and French forces.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that SOHR learned that patrols of American and French forces operating within the international coalition forces are still deployed in Manbij city located in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, where the news of withdrawal of members of the forces of the international coalition from Manbij is not true.

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