BEIRUT, LÍBANO (1:45 P.M.) – El Ejército Árabe Sirio (SAA) ha tomado el control de la base de la Brigada 93 en el norte de Al-Raqqa esta tarde, dijo una fuente del ejército a Al-Masdar News.

Según la fuente, el ejército árabe sirio se trasladó a la base de la Brigada 93 después de que las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias (SDF) se retiraran de partes de ‘Ayn’ Issa, una ciudad que también fue entregada a los militares.

El ejército sirio perdió la Brigada 93 durante la ofensiva del Estado Islámico en 2014 en la gobernación de Al-Raqqa.

Sin embargo, la base fue capturada más tarde por las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias durante su ofensiva del Éufrates (2016-2019), que culminó con la eventual toma de la ciudad de Raqqa.

El ejército sirio ahora está desplegando más fuerzas en el área para evitar que las Fuerzas Armadas turcas y sus aliados se expandan al sur de Tal Abyad.

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