The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) withdrew from areas they controlled in favor of Daesh terrorists.
Widely dominated by US-backed People’s Protection Units (YPG), the SDS withdrew on Sunday, March 11, from areas they controlled on the Syrian-Iraqi borders, southeast of Deir ez-Zor. , in order to clear a supply route for the benefit of Daesh terrorists.
This is not the first time the SDS has done such a service in Daesh, in the province of Deir ez-Zor.
Daesh will use the liberated areas to deliver supply cargoes to its elements operating on the eastern bank of the Euphrates and Safouk heights on the south-eastern outskirts of Hassake province.
In addition, clashes between the SDF and Daesh stopped near the town of Hajin in the province of Deir ez-Zor. This freeze of fighting would likely announce a ceasefire between the two groups.
At the time when the Syrian army was engaged in intense fighting with the Daesh terrorists in Deir ez-Zor, the latter repeatedly handed over the areas they controlled to the Syrian Democratic Forces to block the breakthrough of the fighters. of the Resistance.
In addition, hunters from the US-led international coalition have reduced their air raids to allow family members of Daesh to flee to areas controlled by the SDFs who are allies of the United States. Some families have taken refuge in Raqqa camps or in a camp south of Hassake.
At the same time, the Syrian army is conducting a security operation in the eastern outskirts of Deir ez-Zor. During this operation, the army discovered a large quantity of weapons and ammunition that had been hidden in a locality between Abu Kamal and al-Mayadin.
The Syrian army has already begun preparations for the opening of a new front in northern Syria to end the presence of terrorists north of Latakia.
The liberation operation of Latakia will begin once the operation of the Syrian army launched two weeks ago in Eastern Ghouta will end.
52% of this enclave has so far been released from the hands of terrorists.