US coalition violated Syria deconfliction protocols 43 times in Nov.
Two pairs of Rafale fighter jets were observed engaging in four violations in the vicinity of the Al-Tanf area throughout the day.
On Friday, Vadim Kulit, the deputy head of the Russian Defense Ministry's Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in Syria, reported that the US-led occupation coalition violated deconfliction protocols 43 times in Syria during November.
"In November, there have been 43 incidents of violation of deconfliction protocols dated December 9, 2019, by the coalition, related to drone flights uncoordinated with the Russian side," Kulit said.
In addition, it was noted that two pairs of Rafale fighter jets were observed engaging in four violations in the vicinity of the Al-Tanf area throughout the day. This area is situated in close proximity to the border with Iraq and Jordan.
The US has maintained an illegal presence and troops in Syria under the guise of fighting ISIS since 2014.
US-backed forces are currently occupying parts of the provinces of Al-Hasakah, Deir Ezzor, and Raqqa, where the largest Syrian oil and gas fields are located.
US forces in Syria, Iraq attacked 74 times since October 7
The US occupation forces in Syria and Iraq have been attacked 74 times since October 7, the start date of Operation al-Aqsa Flood, a Pentagon official told an official from the Ministry of Defense, as reported by the Voice of America.
CNN cited a Pentagon official as saying that there was a missile attack on a US base in eastern Syria on Wednesday.
It is worth noting that the Pentagon said that since the implementation of a truce between "Israel" and the Palestinian Resistance, the frequent targeting of US bases in Syria and Iraq has come to a halt.
Pentagon Spokesperson Brigadier General Pat Ryder told journalists, “There have been no attacks on US forces in Iraq and Syria since November 23, since the operational pause began."
The most recent attacks on US military bases in Iraq and Syria before the truce pushed the number of operations against US military assets in the Middle East to 73 since the start of Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, an unnamed US official told CNN.
The latest attacks saw the Iraqi Resistance launch suicide drones at US targets located in the Ain al-Assad and Erbil airbases in Iraq. A barrage of rockets also targeted the US occupation base in al-Omar oil field, which preceded an attack on the US occupation's Green Village base in Syria.