Source discloses coordination between US, Daesh in attacking Syrian army in Deir Ezzur
The Daesh launched attacks on the Syrian army positions in Deir Ezzur only 7 minutes after the US-led coalition’s airstrikes on Saturday, a military source said, adding that the air and ground assault were highly coordinated.
The source said after the coalition’s pounding of the Syrian army near Deir Ezzur airbase, the Daesh could take full control of al-Tharda mountain and then Deir Ezzur military base, adding that the army and national defense forces deployed near the airbase immediately won it back from the terrorists by launching a counterattack.
The source noted that Deir Ezzur is now almost in tranquility and no change has occurred in the military map of the region.
The source said the simultaneous raid of the Daesh terrorists and the so-called coalition airstrikes is the best evidence of the high coordination done between the US and the terrorists.
Russian Defense Ministry said on Saturday that four strikes against Syrian positions had been delivered by US-led coalition aircraft, including two F-16 jet fighters and two A-10 support aircraft.
The Syrian military called the bombing a “serious and blatant aggression” against Syrian forces, and said it was “conclusive evidence” that the US and its allies support Daesh terrorists. Also on Sunday, the Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman blasted Washington over the recent airstrikes near Deir Ezzur, and said such moves serves the interests of the Daesh terror group.