The U.S. military continued reinforcing its military bases in eastern Syria this week, despite President Donald Trump’s announcement declaring a withdrawal of all armed forces in the country last month.

The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) quoted informed sources on Tuesday as saying that a U.S. military convoy comprised of 100 military vehicles had entered Syria via the Iraqi Kurdistan Region.

It noted that the U.S. military convoy also contained military and logistic equipment and has been sent to the Coalition bases in the eastern Euphrates region.

The source reiterated that the fortification of U.S. military bases in eastern Syria is still ongoing despite Trump’s decision to pull out forces from Syria.

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“The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR)” one man in a house in UK, with opposition on on the ground in Syria

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@Hind Abyad, and it is paid for by the UK secret services.