TEHRAN Hundreds of trucks carrying US military equipment and logistical aids have been sent to the bases of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Hasaka province, pro-militant media outlets reported on Tuesday.
Pro-militant Smart News website reported that over 300 trucks carrying US military and logistical equipment from Iraq arrived in areas controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Tal al-Bidar in Eastern Syria via Simalka border crossing.
It noted that the US trucks carried military equipment, logistical supplies, prefabricated cement walls, adding that dozens of trucks were carrying unidentified cargos as they were covered.
Smart website said that the military equipment and supplies will be distributed among SDF in Hasaka, Raqqa and Deir Ezzur.
In a relevant development in late July, the US Army forwarded tens of trucks containing logistical aid and military equipment to the Syrian province of Hasaka as Turkey was preparing for massive military operation against Washington-backed Kurdish militias in Northeastern Syria.
The Smart news website reported that a new US military convoy has crossed into Syria's Hasaka province from Iraq via Simalka crossing.
It noted that the US convoy, comprising 100 trucks carrying military vehicles and fuel as well as a number of covered trucks, has arrived at the US military base in Tal Bidar region in Hasaka province.
Battlefield sources, meantime, reported that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has sent massive military equipment, including heavy weaponry to areas under their control from Ain al-Arab (Kobani) to Ain Issa and the border city of Tal Abyaz in Raqqa province.
In a relevant development late last month, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that hundreds of trucks loaded with logistics and military support had arrived in areas under control of the SDF in Hasaka province in Northeastern Syria from the US bases in Northern Iraq.
The SOHR noted that the US army had sent over 1,380 trucks packed with military equipment to Northeastern Syria for its military bases and military airports in Eastern Euphrates and Hasaka province in Northeastern Syria via Simalka crossing in Northern Iraq.
Source: Fars News Agency