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US forces smuggles military equipment to northern Syria

Violating the international law again, the US forces sent a convoy of military equipment to al-Hasakah province in northeastern Syria.

The US military convoy which came from Iraq through the al-Waleed border crossing brought 52 vehicles loaded with military equipment, SANA reported.

Earlier, the US military sent 50 trucks and military helicopters to the town of al-Shaddadi in al-Hasakah province.

According to the Syrian sources, the United States is sending new military equipment near oil wells in Syria’s al-Hasakah province to rebuild its bases, revitalize terrorist groups, and pressure the Damascus government to accept the US-Israeli-cooked so-called ‘Deal of the Century’ plan.

The Syrian government has always insisted that the actions of the US and its allies in Syria are considered as the occupation of the country.

Also, the US forces smuggled a convoy full of fuel to Iraq from the areas it occupies in the Syrian al-Jazira area to Iraq.

State-run SANA news agency cited local sources in al-Ya’rubiyah as saying that 35 vehicles including tanker trucks transporting fuel and a number of trucks crossed al-Ya’rubiyah illegal border crossing northeast of al-Hasakah on Friday evening, heading from Syria to Iraq.

This is while based on an earlier report by SANA, the US forces smuggled another batch of Syrian fuel by 30 trucks.

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