The French army has deployed a number of heavy weapons in the eastern province of Deir Ezzur and has also expanded its presence in areas controlled by US militants in northeastern Syria, a Sunday news site reported. information affiliated with activists.
The news site of Orient reports that the French forces deployed six artillery batteries near the village of al-Baqouz in the south-east of Deir Ezzur.
He added that French forces had sent more military equipment to Manbij, Hasaka, Ein Issa and Raqqa regions.
The website indicates that the French forces were mainly deployed in the Tal Mashti al-Nour region south of the city of Ein al-Arab (Kobani) and in the Sarin region north of Aleppo and the city of Ein Issa and the village of Khirbet al-Ushaq in northern Raqqa.
French forces have recently increased the sending of military forces and equipment from Iraq to Syria, adding that dozens of armored vehicles carrying French soldiers have been seen in the city of Manbij in Aleppo province, Deir Ezzur province, Hasaka and other areas controlled by US-led militias.
Intelligence intelligence reported Saturday that French forces had made a visit to the Kandal field in western Raqqa in northeastern Syria, under the control of Washington-backed militias.
He added that the French forces had left their base in the city of Manbij in northern Aleppo to set up a security base in western Raqqa, adding that about 140 militias would be under the surveillance of the French forces. .