The US denounced that one of its military bases in Syria was attacked with three missiles that fell in its vicinity

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The Army Central Command explained that the explosions have caused no deaths or material damage. However, he warned that these attacks endanger coalition forces and the civilian population and undermine security stability in the region

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USA denounced that one of its military bases in Syria was attacked with three missiles that fell in its vicinity

USA denounced that one of its military bases in Syria was attacked with three missiles that landed nearby. (TWITTER)

A US base in the Syrian town of Al Shadadi of Green Village was targeted by three missiles unsuccessful that fell in the vicinity of the military installation, as confirmed this Friday by United States Central Command (CENTCOM).

CENTCOM detailed that the explosions in the vicinity of the United States base did not cause property damage or deaths.

The international coalition led by the United States noted that two of the projectiles were headed for the base and that a third was found later in a damage survey .

“Such attacks endanger coalition forces and the civilian population and undermine the stability and security of Syria and the hard-won region,” the spokesman for Syria said. CENTCOM, Joe Buccino, according to a letter from the US central command.

A few days ago, the forces of the international coalition They claimed that there had been a missile attack that also targeted the Green Village Base, located in the northeast of Syria, although without claiming fatalities or causing material damage.

In addition, on September 19 another failed attack took place against a US military base, which similarly did not hit US or coalition forces or equipment.

USA denounced that one of its military bases in Syria was attacked with three missiles that fell in its vicinity

The coalition An international organization led by the United States noted that two of the projectiles were headed for the base and that a third was found later during a damage survey. (TWITTER)

The base attacked is Green Village, located in areas controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forcess (FDS) –whose main component is the Kurdish militia People's Protection Units (YPG)– on the north bank of the Euphrates river. The site has been the target of other attacks in recent months by pro-Iranian militias.

The US Department of Defense denounced this Wednesday that the attacks of Turkey in Syria and Iraq “directly” threaten the security of its troops, all this after the escalation of tension in the region.

“The recent air strikes in Syria have directly threatened the safety of US personnel who are working in Syria with local partners to defeat ISIS,” Pentagon spokesman Patrick Ryder said, according to a statement from his office.

< p class="paragraph">“Furthermore, uncoordinated military actions threaten the sovereignty of Iraq,” he added, after expressing his “deep concern” about the escalation of actions in those countries and condemning the loss of civilian life.

The US denounced that one of its military bases in Syria was attacked with three missiles that fell in its vicinity

The United States Department of Defense denounced this Wednesday that Turkey's attacks in Syria and Iraq “directly” threaten the security of its troops, all after the escalation of tension in the region. (TWITTER)

The spokesman for the office of the US Armed Forces offered his condolences to the families, both in Turkey and Syria. “We are also concerned about reports of deliberate attacks against civilian infrastructure,” he said.

In this sense, Ryder asserted that “an immediate de-escalation is necessary to keep the focus on the mission to defeat ISIS and ensure the safety of personnel on the ground.”

Also, the spokesman for the Department of The State recognized the “legitimate security concerns of Turkey”, which began on Monday the operation “Garra-Espada” against Kurdish groups, whom he blames for the recent bombing attack in Istanbul that left at least six dead and 81 injured.

(With information from Europe Press)

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