A Commander of the Popular Mobilization Units based in Abvar announced on Monday that Syrian Army vehicles that were seized by ISIS in Syria’s Palmyra have now appeared in Iraq’s Anbar province.
“ISIS have brought some Syrian army vehicles to the town of Annah,” said Nazem al-Jugheifi. “They seized it after regaining control over the Syrian city of Palmyra,” he continued.
“International coalition air forces have pounded some underground tunnels where ISIS hide those vehicle,” he said.
Eastern Syria and western Anbar province still remain ISIS strongholds in the region.