BEIRUT, LÍBANO (6:20 P.M.) – Según los informes, las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias (SDF) lideradas por los kurdos bloquearon el ingreso del ejército árabe sirio (SAA) y el ejército ruso a la ciudad de Raqqa en el norte de Siria esta semana.

El jueves 17 de octubre, las fuerzas armadas rusas y sirias intentaban ingresar a la ciudad de Raqqa después de viajar desde Al-Tabaqa en la parte occidental de la gobernación.

Sin embargo, según los informes, fueron detenidos por las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias antes de que pudieran llegar a las puertas de la ciudad, dijo el jueves la Agencia de Noticias Anna.

“Según sus declaraciones, el ejército sirio solo debe interponerse en el camino del ejército turco mientras conducen la Operación Paz de Primavera”, informó Anna News.

Anna News agregó que las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias le dijeron al Ejército sirio que no tienen la autoridad para ingresar a áreas con una población kurda y que, en cambio, deberían centrarse en derrotar a Turquía.

On Wednesday, a Syrian Army source told Al-Masdar that the military was preparing to enter Raqqa; however, a time and date for their entry was not given.

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