“Hundreds of trucks loaded with logistics and military support have arrived in areas under control of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Hasaka province in Northeastern Syria from the US bases in Northern Iraq,” the London-based pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army’s operations in provinces across Syria.
The US Army has forwarded hundreds of trucks containing military equipment to the Syrian province of Hasaka despite Washington’s declaration of end of the ISIL in Eastern Euphrates region.
The SOHR reported that hundreds of trucks loaded with logistics and military support have arrived in areas under control of the SDF in Hasaka province in Northeastern Syria from the US bases in Northern Iraq.
The SOHR noted that the US army has sent over 1,380 trucks packed with military equipment to Northeastern Syria for its military bases and military airports in Eastern Euphrates and Hasaka province in Northeastern Syria via Simalka crossing in Northern Iraq.
The Turkish Army dispatched new military convoys to Northern Hama as clashes between the Syrian Army and Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) intensified there, the Arabic-language media outlets said.
The Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper quoted a Syrian Army battlefield source as saying that the Turkish Army on Monday sent terrorists and massive military equipment, including missile-launchers, to Northern Hama concurrent with reinforcing its military positions in Shir al-Magar region.
It noted that over 20 military vehicles, including armored personnel carriers, military equipment and logistical supplies to two Turkey-controlled areas which are dominated by Tahrir al-Sham.
Al-Watan noted that the Turkish military supplied were dispatched via Kafar Lousin crossing, adding that the terrorists use the Ankara-controlled regions in Northern Hama to launch attacks on residential areas and the Syrian Army’s military points.
The terrorist groups stationed in Northern Hama also launched several rocket attacks on the city of al-Saqilbieh in Northern Hama, killing and injuring a number of civilians.
The newspaper added that the Syrian Army’s artillery units and air force responded to the terrorists’ attacks by pounding their military positions in Northern Mahradeh in Northern Hama as well as Khan Sheikhoun, Hazarin, Ma’areh al-Sin and al-Dara al-Kabireh in Southern Idlib. A large number of terrorists were killed and wounded in the Syrian Army’s attacks.
Meantime, the Syrian Army dispatched massive military convoys, comprising troops and heavy military equipment to Northern Hama, including al-Saqilbieh region.
The Syrian Army seized a large amount of weapons and military equipment, including arms and ammunition made in the US and Israel, in areas and military bases formerly held by the terrorists in the surrounding areas of Damascus and Quneitra provinces.
The Syrian Army’s engineering units during their clean-up operations in the towns and villages newly liberated in Southwestern Damascus and Northwestern Quneitra discovered several arms depots which contained large amounts of weapons and military equipment.
Meantime, a military source announced that the Syrian Army units found different kinds of machineguns, combat rifles, RPGs, mortars, canons and grenades which were made in the US.
The Albu Fariv Tribe in the town of Abu al-Natil in Eastern Deir Ezzur in a statement announced that the SDF is sowing discord among Arab tribes of Syrian in Eastern Euphrates in a bid to bring them under their control, the Arabic-language media outlets reported.
After Albu Fariv tribe refrained from taking part in SDF plans in Abu al-Natil town in Eastern Deir Ezzur, a number of SDF commanders provoked other Syrian tribes against Albu Fariv and attacked al-Natil with the US support, the Arabic-language Al-Watan newspaper quoted the tribe’s statement as saying.