French intelligence research center: Assad did not win and Syria is divided
In an assessment of the current situation in Syria, the French Center for Intelligence Research believes that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad did not win the war despite the successes and that the country may be divided into spheres of influence. The Center published an article by author Alain Rodriguez in this context, indicating that almost a quarter of Syria’s territory
East of the Euphrates River – is still under the control of Syria’s democratic forces, most of whose members belong to Kurdish factions supported by coalition forces, which confirms that Washington is not thinking of leaving Syria
There are also many other armed groups in Idlib, such as the Turkestan Islamic Party, the Army of Al-Azza and the organization of religious guards.
Still others condemn his allegiance to al Qaeda. The buffer zone, which Turkey and Russia have vowed to set up to separate the forces of the Syrian regime and the rebel groups, They are fully effective yet
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