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Russia has withdrawn most of its troops from Syria.
Axar.az reports the troops have already left Hasaka, Idlib, Hama, Latakia, Aleppo, Munich, Tel Rifat, and Ein al-Arabi.
Syrian army spokesman Yusif Hamoud said Russian commandos from two bases east of the Euphrates River had retreated to the Menbich-Arima region.
According to him, US intelligence vehicles are roaming the PKK-occupied zone liberated by the Russians.
Russia has reportedly withdrawn 6,000-8,000 troops from Syria, including the Wagner mercenaries, since a large-scale attack on Ukraine on February 24. According to current information, Russia's military force of 6,500-7,000 people remains in Syria, along with the Kadyrovites.
Between 2015 and 2022, 70,000 Russian servicemen served in Syria.
2022.05.23 / 14:51