The United States wants its allies in the region to step up their efforts in Syria, while its purpose is to transition to local enforcement in the country, White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a briefing on April 4.
Despite the fact that US President Donald Trump has announced his intent to pull out American forces from Syria, it appears that the US military has established yet another base in the war-torn Middle Eastern country.
While President Trump has reiterated his intention to withdraw troops from Syria, the US military is reportedly working on plans to send an additional contingent to secure a foothold in the north of the war-torn country.
Reports say the Syrian army and Hezbollah troops have established a kind of a base – several fortified positions along the Syrian-Iraqi border.
ISIS terrorists attacked SAA positions near the strategic 137th Arty Brigade base in the Western part of Deir Ezzor city last night.
Syrian Army troops repelled Jeish al-Islam’s offensive on their positions in Eastern Ghouta
SDF completely liberated from ISIS two villages, including Abu Jib in Raqqa province.
US-led airstrikes have destroyed 14 tanks at a military base in central Syria that, just days earlier, had been captured by ISIS.
The SAA Republican Guard’s paratrooper division 800th regiment was deployed to the western countryside of Palmyra on Thursday morning after another ISIS attack threatened the strategic T-4 Military Airbase.
The opposition formations launched a shelling of the missile base in Eastern suburbs of Aleppo.