Pasdaran attacks US's Al-Tanf Syrian Garrison
Tehran's priority is to see US troops leave Syria and it has stepped up its deployment of armed drones, which were used to attack the Al-Tanf garrison in October.
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Still unknown just a year ago, the small US oil company Delta Crescent Energy has carved out a place for itself in northeastern Syria, working alongside Kurdish forces that control the area. It intends to maintain its presence there despite obstacles set by the new Biden administration.
By amending the Syrian sanctions legislation contained in the Caesar Act, Washington could help pro-Assad organisations to pursue their activities under the pretext that they are humanitarian in nature. By doing this while at the same time trying to maintain pressure on the regime, the Biden administration has shown that it has still not yet made up its mind about its Syrian policy.
The rapprochement that Italy is seeking to engineer between General Haftar and Ahmed Miitig is economically as well as diplomatically motivated and has already resulted in the release of Italian fishermen detained by the strongman of the east.