UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The United States sent about 200 trucks with logistical support supplies to areas occupied by the terrorist organization PKK / PKK in Syria.
The new batch of US aid sent to the group entered the Semalka border crossing between Syria and Iraq on Saturday evening.
The trucks carry building supplies, prefabricated houses, fuel tanks, and closed boxes.
For more than three years, the United States has continued to send significant military and logistical assistance to terrorist-controlled areas of the PKK in northeastern Syria, under the pretext of fighting ISIS.
Syria currently has about 2,000 US troops in 18 military bases and points.
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