US Vehicles Leave Syria, Enter Iraq
In one of the largest evacuation operations carried out by Washington in Syria, US forces evacuated 270 vehicles from their base at Kharab al-Jir in the al-Hasakah Countryside, heading to northern Iraq.
Today, Sunday, the US forces evacuated a convoy of 270 vehicles from their base at Kharab al-Jir military airport in the al-Hasakah Countryside, heading to northern Iraq through the al-Waleed border crossing.
This is considered one of the largest withdrawal of military vehicles carried out by the US occupation in recent years.
Local sources reported that a convoy of 150 refrigerator trucks and 120 carriers carrying US tanks left the military base of Kharab al-Jir military airport after midnight on Saturday and this morning accompanied by armored vehicles and four-wheel-drive vehicles equipped with SDF machine guns, heading to northern Iraq through the al-Waleed border crossing.
On the 25th of last month, the US forces evacuated a convoy loaded with stolen Syrian oil from Syrian territory to northern Iraq, hours after a military convoy consisting of 79 vehicles, mostly military armored vehicles, left Kharab al-Jir airport in the Yarubiyah countryside, and headed towards Iraqi territory through the illegal Al-Waleed border crossing.
However, the Syrian army confronted US military patrols more than once and prevented them from crossing.
It is noteworthy that Al Mayadeen sources in northeastern Syria reported, on October 9, that about 50 American vehicles entered Syria from Iraq, carrying equipment and weapons, in addition to US soldiers stationed in Iraq.