US resumes joint patrols with SDF in northeast Syria


US forces in northeastern Syria have resumed joint patrols with the SDF militia in the region after they were suspended in the last period, due to military tension in the area.

According to the US Pentagon, Washington has resumed joint patrols with the SDF militia, which the US describes as local partners.

Pentagon Spokesman (Patrick Reeder) said: The United States of America resumed joint operations with the SDF Militia beginning the 9th of this month.

He added that the SDF militias are the local partners of the United States, and that not working in partnership with them will allow the Islamic State to return.

US forces in northern and eastern Syria had suspended military operations and patrols with the SDF militia due to developments in the region and Turkish threats to launch a military operation against the SDF in the northern areas. and eastern Syria.

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