Sources: Hezbollah militia leaves Syria and joins PMF in Iraq

Sources: Hezbollah militia leaves Syria and joins PMF in Iraq
Hezbollah Militia. File photo.

Damascus (Syria News) Local sources informed, on Saturday, that troops of Hezbollah militia were seen among al-Hashd al-Shaabi Militia in the Iraqi territory, Qasioun News reported.

The sources revealed that armored tanks belonging to Hezbollah (T90A tanks and Shilka vehicle) were seen moving alongside the troops of al-Hashd al-Shaabi militia (Popular Mobilization Forces) in the Iraqi territory.

Meanwhile, Iraqi and Russian media sources explained that troops of Hezbollah militia moved to Iraq, after the advance achieved by the Iraqi forces and al-Hashd al-Shaabi militia on the Syrian – Iraqi borders.

Furthermore, Russian news agency Sputnik suggested that fighters belonging to the Syrian regime might cross the borders with Hezbollah militants toward the Iraqi territory to join the Iraqi forces in their fight against the Islamic State fighters.

It is noteworthy that Iraqi troops include T90 Russian tanks but doesn’t have T90A model, which could be a proof on the transfer of Hezbollah militants from Syria to the Iraqi territory.

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