Un gran convoy de combatientes paramilitares iraquíes llegó en el campo de Palmira (Tadmur) el jueves por la mañana después de tomar un largo paréntesis en este frente.

El convoy estaba formado por combatientes iraquíes de Kataib Imam al-Ali, Liwaa Abu Fadl al-Abbas, y Kataib Hezbolá; estas unidades paramilitares participaron en varias batallas en el sur de Alepo antes de desplegarse en Palmira.

Kataib Imam Al-Ali y Kataib Hezbolá están muy familiarizados con el frente de Palmira, ya que participaron originalmente en la batalla para liberar esta antigua ciudad del desierto de manos del Estado Islámico de Irak y el Levante (ISIS).

La razón de su despliegue es aún desconocida; sin embargo, las 11va y 18va Divisiones Blindadas del Ejército Árabe Sirio estaban en necesidad de refuerzos desde hace bastante tiempo.

La falta de contingentes fue una de las razones por las que las fuerzas armadas sirias no pudiesen continuar su ofensiva para levantar el sitio de Deir Ezzor.

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