US occupation forces in Syria have continued to steal the country’s resources, as 45 of their vehicles loaded with wheat and oil have been reported leaving Rmelan area in Hasakah, in the northeastern countryside.
Alongside this, the occupation forces brought in equipment and logistic materials to support their bases in the province, Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported, citing local sources
According to the local sources from al-Swaidiyeh village in al-Yarubiya township, a convoy of 45 trucks and a tanker loaded with wheat and oil left the Rmelan area and entered the al-Waleed border crossing heading for northern Iraq.
The sources pointed out that over the past hours, a convoy of 27 US trucks loaded with logistic materials and equipment entered through the same crossing and headed for Rmelan to support the occupation’s forces there.
On Saturday, 37 US occupation trucks laden with stolen oil from the Syrian al-Jazeera region and several trucks and refrigerated tankers left al-Jazeera region, heading for the Iraqi territory through al-Walid crossing.
The US occupation of northeastern Syria has been going on for years, despite being entirely illegal according to international law.