BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
The Financial Times newspaper published an article in which you see that the battle in eastern Syria carrying a threat of military confrontation between the United States, Russia and Iran.
The Financial Times says that the confrontation fears increased after the United States dropped a Syrian plane said it was carrying out raids near the Kurdish militia, backed by Washington, near tenderness.
On the same day Iran launched, for the first time, ballistic missiles in Syria, said it had targeted sites belonging to the organization Daesh, but according to the paper, a show of force and also a letter addressed to the United States and Saudi Arabia, the two rivals in the region.
The paper recalls the opinion of analysts that the military escalation is not inevitable and that the existing forces in Syria now are racing to fill the vacuum left by the organization Daesh eastern Syria.
Among the most important areas of the various competing factions is tenderness, the capital city Daesh, the Iraqi-Syrian border.
The paper quotes a diplomat in the region as saying that the United States is seeking to control groups that are supported on the highway link between Baghdad and Damascus, in order to reduce Iran's influence and control over other areas used to negotiate on the future of Syria.
As for Iran, to expend tenderness in order to secure a gallery linking Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, where Hezbollah ally.