US occupation forces in Syria smuggle 34+ trucks of military equipment
The US occupation forces in Syria bring in more than 34 trucks loaded with military equipment to reinforce its military bases in Al-Hasakah.
The US occupation troops in Syria brought in a convoy of trucks loaded with logistical and military equipment from Iraq to reinforce their military bases in the Al-Hasakah countryside.
Local sources told Syria's SANA news agency that a convoy containing more than 34 trucks entered via the Al-Waleed border crossing on the border with Iraq.
SANA reported that US occupation forces frequently smuggle convoys loaded with weapons, military, and logistical equipment through illegal border crossings to reinforce their illegal presence in the Syrian region of Jazira and to continue their theft of Syrian oil and underground resources.
In October, members of the Syrian army and citizens of Al-Hasakah governorate confronted a US military patrol, preventing it from crossing through al-Damkhiya in the northern countryside of al-Hasakah and forcing it to retreat.
According to SANA, "Syrian Arab Army personnel and locals intercepted a convoy of military vehicles that the US occupation tried to get through al-Damkhiya village in Al-Hasakah's northern countryside and forced it to return."