The intensity of fighting between Daesh and the SDF decreases east of the Euphrates

The military operations between Daesh and the SDF in the organization’s last pocket in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside have been reduced.

D24 network correspondent noted that the clashes between Daesh and the SDF are now limited, and that the international Coalition’s jets have reduced its air strikes on Daesh, as yesterday, Monday, there were just two strikes on Daesh-held area east of the Euphrates.

According to special sources, it is likely that the SDF have agreed with Daesh on an undeclared truce in the east of the Euphrates.

In a related context, a number of civilians came out yesterday from Daesh-held areas and arrived at the SDF-held territory in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside.

The civilians’ departure concided with Daesh receding to a small geographical area east of the Euphrates, and the International Coalition’s recent talk of the imminent end of the organization.

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