Coalition forces drop warning leaflets addressing Syrian regime forces

The warning comes just days after a coalition aircraft targeted a military convoy of Syrian regime forces who were attempting to approach the crossing. (Supplied)

In the first incident of its kind, the international coalition fighting ISIS has dropped leaflets onto areas controlled by Syrian regime forces Badia, demanding they leave the border crossing with Iraq as soon as possible.

The warning comes just days after a coalition aircraft targeted a military convoy of Syrian regime forces who were attempting to approach the crossing.

According to activists, coalition forces dropped warning leaflets asking Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forcers to move away from Zaza crossing checkpoint, which is about 55 km from al-Tanf border crossing.

Since early May, regime forces, supported by Hezbollah militias, have tried to reach the Iraqi-Syrian-Jordanian border triangle region.

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Last Update: Wednesday, 20 May 2020 KSA 09:50 - GMT 06:50
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