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The US-backed Jaysh Maghawir al-Thawra refuses to leave the Syrian desert to Shadadi base northern Syria
The US-backed Jaysh Maghawir al-Thawra refuses to leave the Syrian desert to Shadadi base northern Syria
Wednesday 12 July 2017

Homs (Qasioun) - The US-Backed Jaysh Maghawir Al-Thawra (Syrian opposition faction) rejected terms of the negotiations regarding transfer its activity to the Shadadi U.S. military base south of Hasaka province northern Syria.

 

The faction has denied its intention to work along with the Syrian Democratic Forces SDF militants, which includes several Arab factions, rejecting any subordination or supervision by them.

 

Lately, the international coalition has launched an initiative to transfer the faction from the military base at the Syrian-Jordanian border to Shadadi area, southern Hasaka province. The coalition has started to build a military base in Shadadi to be a base station for launching military operations against Islamic State ISIS militants.

 

This comes after the regime and the militias supporting it reached to the Syrian-Iraqi border, and cut the road facing the US-Backed opposition factions in the Syrian desert, heading north to Deir Ezzor.

 

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