US withdraws dozens of soldiers from northeastern Syria to Iraq

Earlier this week, it was revealed that the outgoing U.S. envoy to Syria, James Jeffrey, had kept the total number of troops inside the Arab Republic from Trump.

Friends of Syria

BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:00 P.M.) – The U.S. army withdrew a number of its vehicles and soldiers from eastern Syria towards the northern region of Iraq, while it imposed a security cordon around a town in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

According to a Sputnik Arabic correspondent in Al-Hasakah, the U.S. army transported a number of military vehicles with about 50 soldiers from its illegal base in Al-Malikiyah to the northern region of Iraq for the second time during the past two days.

These developments coincide with media reports about the current U.S. administration’s intention to withdraw its soldiers from eastern Syria, especially after the changes made by U.S. President Donald Trump, which included the firing of Defense Secretary Mark Esper, who was replaced by Christopher Miller.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that the outgoing U.S. envoy to Syria, James Jeffrey, had kept the total number of troops inside…

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2 thoughts on “US withdraws dozens of soldiers from northeastern Syria to Iraq

  1. Many thanks for this article. AI and HRW are at it again in sanctioning Syrian government officials in order to bring the country down and in support of extremists still operating there. Most Brits believe what they are told by MSM and even sites like The Canary are parroting the western agenda so I am relying on you and others who know the truth to relate the real news.
    Best wishes.

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