"US aircraft besieged a convoy in the desert of Syria"
The Lebanese Hezbollah led by Hassan Nasrallah said on Saturday that US planes were besieging a convoy carrying hundreds of armed men in the desert desert in Syria and preventing them from reaching their destination in the province of Deir Ghazur on the Iraqi border.
"As of this hour, US planes are preventing buses carrying armed men and their families from moving and encircling them in the middle of the desert," the party said in a statement seen by Shafak News.
He added that US planes "are also preventing anyone from reaching them, even if humanitarian assistance is provided to families, the sick, the wounded and the elderly, and if this continues, the inevitable death awaits these families, including some pregnant women."
"In this context, we would like to comment that the Syrian state and Hezbollah have fulfilled their obligation to cross buses from the Syrian government authority without being exposed to them. The rest of the six buses, which are still within the areas of government authority, Commitment and commitment ".
He pointed out that "what the Americans explain their position is that they do not want to allow gunmen to urge access to the Deir al-Zour area."
The sources revealed earlier in the day that more than 100 gunmen from the convoy carrying hundreds of gunmen and members of the families of the organization had been able to reach the areas of control of the organization in the countryside Deir Ezzor eastern Syria, in the past 72 hours.
The gunmen left their weapons on the buses and headed for secondary roads in the area. They were waiting for elements of the organization to be taken to the cities of Al-Midain and Bu Kamal in the suburb of Deir Al-Zour.
On the fate of the rest of the buses, the sources said that about 10 of them are all that remains at the intimate point, including armed men and families from the organization of Dahesh, accompanied by the Syrian Red Crescent and military groups of the Syrian regime and a group of Lebanese militia Hezbollah.
The buses are still parked at the previously agreed exchange point, in conjunction with the continued entry of the elements of the organization individually.
Earlier, the US-led coalition led by the US-led coalition prevented the convoy from reaching the organization's control areas in Bu Kamal on the Syrian-Iraqi border, according to the deal between the organization and the Hezbollah militia. .