Media: US military base in eastern Syria subjected to missile attacks

Sabreen News reported that a US military base in the Al Mayadeen area, east of the Syrian governorate of Deir ez-Zor, came under rocket attack on Wednesday.

According to the site, the shooting was carried out from the side of the Syrian-Iraqi border, at least two explosions sounded on the territory of a military facility, information about possible losses and material damage is not provided.

According to the site, helicopters and drones took to the skies over the outskirts of Al Mayadeen, which is on the highway leading to the Bu Kamal checkpoint, and combed the area, a spokesman for the US military command in Baghdad did not confirm after the attack on the base.

On November 26, a US military base in the Al-Shaddadi region, south of the Syrian province of Al-Hasakah, came under rocket fire after at least four rockets hit a military facility near Al-Hasakah. Jibse oil field.

On November 17, rockets were fired at a US military base and militants associated with the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces near the Omar oil field in Deir ez-Zor, several explosions sounded on its territory, and a fire broke out.

Attacks on US bases in northeastern Syria intensified after unidentified drones attacked a convoy carrying Iranian weapons and oil products in the Albu Kamal border region on November 9. As a result, at least 14 Shiite militants who fought on the side of the Syrian army were killed.

The Syrian Foreign Ministry, in a letter sent Wednesday to the UN Security Council, condemned the United States for stealing Syrian oil and demanded an end to the illegal US military presence on Syrian territory. billion dollars.

Since 2015, the United States has established nine military bases in northeast Syria, the largest of which is located in Tal Baydar, north of the center of Al-Hasakah province, 620 kilometers from Damascus.

Source: TASS

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