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Publish Date: 09 July 2018 - 00:10  ,  
News ID: 4177
TEHRAN (Basirat): A sum of 55 Arab and Kurdish tribes in Aleppo province renewed their allegiance to the Syrian Army troops to force foreign occupiers to exit the region as the US and Turkish troops continue military presence in the Northern and Northeastern parts of the war-hit country, a media outlet reported on Sunday.

More Tribes in Aleppo Underline Support for Syrian Army to Expel Foreign Occupiers

The Syrian state news agency, SANA, reported that a sum of 55 Arab and Kurdish tribes of Aleppo province, in a meeting on Saturday, underscored their support for the army to expel foreign forces that are in Syria without Damascus' permit.
The elites of the tribes stressed Syria's integrity and people's unity, adding that the tribes stay shoulder to shoulder with the army to expel Turkish, American and French forces from their country.
In the meantime, the Kurdish tribes in Aleppo and its outskirts provided support for the army and condemned any meddling in Syria's internal affairs and disintegration of the war-hit country.
Well-informed sources reported last month that a popular resistance force was formed in the town of Manbij in Northeastern Aleppo to start combating Turkish and American occupiers and prevent disintegration of the region from Syria.
The sources said that people from all walks of life, including Arab tribes, Kurds, Turkmen and other races have embarked on forming a popular resistance force in Manbij to face occupiers after the US and Turkish troops' deployment and intervention in the region.
"The popular resistance force declared in a statement that it will confront any secessionist move and will never allow foreign occupiers, including Americans, French and Turkish forces to stay in the region," the sources added.
Source: FNA


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