U.S. EVACUATES ‘SMALLER’ BASES IN IRAQ AMID INCREASING ROCKET ATTACKS ON ITS FORCES | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

U.S. EVACUATES ‘SMALLER’ BASES IN IRAQ AMID INCREASING ROCKET ATTACKS ON ITS FORCES

The Russian-Turkish de-escalation agreement on Idlib is once again shrinking due to actions of Turkish proxies and its allies. The security zone along the M4 has not been created and the Russian-Turkish patrols initiative turned to be a formality because any such patrols that would enter the militant-held area will immediately become a target of terrorist attacks.

While mainstream media outlets prefer to report about some ‘moderate protesters’ blocking the M4 highway, in fact, most of the persons involved are directly or indirectly linked to radical organizations operating in Idlib.

On March 16, the Russian Foreign Ministry officially declared that large Idlib armed groups refuse to recognize the de-escalation agreement and use the ceasefire to rearm and resupply their forces preparing for offensive operations in the region. The Russian side noted that there are many former ISIS members in the ranks of Idlib radicals and emphasized that Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and similar groups still receive foreign support.

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