The U.S. administration has supplied terrorists of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)’s Syrian affiliate, the YPG, with a total of 500 trucks of arms in Syria’s Manbij in the past week alone, despite a deal between Ankara and Washington for the withdrawal of the terror group from the city.
The Manbij roadmap between Turkey and the U.S. was agreed upon in June this year on the withdrawal of YPG/PKK terrorists from the city to stabilize the region, which is in the northeast of the Aleppo province in northern Syria.
On Tuesday, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said that the joint training of U.S. and Turkish soldiers for patrols in Manbij had begun.
Terrorists dig trenches with American construction vehicles
The trucks, carrying four construction vehicles which were transported to Manbij, escorted by the U.S soldiers, allows the terrorists to continue digging up trenches and build embankments around the city center.
The U.S. also had reportedly shipped M984A4 Recovery Trucks (wrecker), produced by the Oshkosh Defense, to YPG/PKK terrorists.
Defense experts predict that these vehicles will be used for fortifications.
The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States.
Pentagon provides Lenco BearCat armored vehicles to terrorists
The U.S.-led international coalition on Thursday also approved that more than 300 truckloads of arms and military materials have been delivered to Syria’s Qamishli for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which is made up of YPG terrorists.
The U.S. has additionally transferred at least two Lenco BearCat armored vehicles to the SDF as part of coalition aid.
The SDF will allegedly use these vehicles for patrolling in rural areas and city centers.
Lenco tactical response and rescue vehicles, manufactured by the Massachusetts-based Lenco Industries, are capable of carrying 12 military personnel.
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