A new U.S. military convoy consists of 60 trucks loaded with military and logistic aid has arrived in the area controlled by the People's Protection Unites (YPG) east of Syria, Anadolu Agency reported.
The convoy entered the Syrian territories through Semalka border crossing, and headed to the city of Kobani (Ein al-Arab,) AA quoted a local source.
The convoy included digging machines, generators, four-wheel-drive vehicles, fuel tanks, and closed trucks believed to carry military ammunition, the source said.
A month ago, around 450 U.S. trucks arrived to the warehouses in the city, the source pointed out.
Despite the U.S. President's announcement of withdrawing his troops from Syria, Washington which led the International Coalition against ISIS is regularly providing the YPG with aid and weapons under the pretext of fighting ISIS.