The US and Turkey are heading in front on Syrian soil as the Americans return to NE Syria and redeploy their forces to important areas and bases. The information was confirmed by the Kurdish SDF forces.
As it turns out, yesterday we had a very serious incident with the French factory Lafarge as the Americans had started repairing and building an airstrip to reopen it as a base when it was bombed by the Turkish Army.
Hellfire erupted in Idlib last night as pro-Turkish and pro-Turkish weapons depots were blown up to be used in the impending military operation.
USA: “NO” to a new Turkish attack in Syria!
A new Turkish attack on Syria “would undermine regional stability,” US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken warned in response to threats by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
“Our great concern is that any new attack would undermine regional stability” and “give malicious agents a chance to exploit instability,” he told a news conference in Washington.
“We oppose any escalation in northern Syria and support the maintenance of the current ceasefire, ” Anthony Blinken told a news conference with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
“We do not want to see anything that jeopardizes our efforts to keep the Islamic State in the box where we have locked it,” he said, noting new tensions with Turkey, a US ally in NATO.
Earlier, the Turkish president reiterated in front of the Turkish parliament the threat of a military operation in two areas in northern Syria, targeting Kurdish fighters, whom he describes as terrorists.
Rearrangement of American forces in NE Syria
In a surprise move, US forces began redeploying forces in several parts of northeastern Syria in mid-May, Syrian sources said. That is why Erdogan announced a new operation.
Political and military sources linked to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) reported that US forces had returned to the 17th Division base north of Raqqa and Tabqa airport to the south.
U.S. forces were also reportedly preparing to return to the Kharab Ishk base 43 kilometers southeast of Kobani (Ayn al-Arab) in Aleppo province, located at the former headquarters of the French multinational Lafarge.
This also explains why Turkey bombed the Lafarge plant yesterday.
The company is among Turkey’s possible targets in the upcoming operation in northern Syria, along with Tel Rifaat and Manbij in Aleppo province, Ain Issa in Raqqa province and Tal Tamar in Hasakah province.
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