BEIRUT, LÍBANO (12:00 PM) – Hoy temprano, el Ejército Árabe Sirio (SAA) desplegó sus unidades en el distrito oriental de Al-Qamishli, marcando la primera vez desde 2012 que han tenido presencia en esta parte de la ciudad .

Según una fuente militar, el Ejército sirio se desplegará en toda la ciudad como parte de su acuerdo con las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias (SDF).

Al-Qamishli se dividió previamente entre SAA y SDF, con la mayoría de la ciudad y el distrito bajo el control de este último.

Sin embargo, con el ejército turco amenazando los territorios SDF en el norte de Siria y los EE. UU. ‘ Al retirarse de la frontera, sus fuerzas tomaron la decisión de entregar varias áreas al ejército sirio.

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