The Pentagon allocates financial support to the PKK terrorist organization in the 2023 defense budget

The US Department of Defense "Pentagon" has allocated millions of dollars from the defense budget for 2023 to support the terrorist PKK organization and its affiliates in Syria, which will contribute to increasing the number of its personnel by about 3,500 members.

The Pentagon released justification documents for the $813 billion defense budget for fiscal year 2023, which showed that $358 million in weapons, ammunition, and equipment had been allocated to the Iraqi security forces, while $183 million had been allocated to the US-backed PKK/YPG organization in Syria.

The document, titled "Fiscal Year 2023, Training Equip Fund to Fight ISIS", indicated that support was provided to the terrorist organization in northeastern Syria, in addition to another group in the south of the country called "Maghawir al-Thawra."

According to the document, the Pentagon plans to recruit a total of 3,500 people, including prison guards, to the ranks of the PKK/YPG terrorist organization in 2023, bringing the number of those receiving salaries in the ranks of the organization from the Pentagon budget in Syria from 16 thousand to 19,500 terrorist elements.

The support varies, according to the document, from education and equipment worth $32.1 million out of $183 million to the organization and “Maghawir al-Thawra,” $57.4 million logistical support, $71.4 million in salaries, $15.3 million in infrastructure, and expenditures at 7 million. $5 million for maintenance.
The Pentagon allocates financial support to the PKK terrorist organization in the 2023 defense budget  The US Department of Defense "Pentagon" has allocated millions of dollars from the defense budget for 2023 to support the terrorist PKK organization and its affiliates in Syria, which will contribute to increasing the number of its personnel by about 3,500 members.  The Pentagon released justification documents for the $813 billion defense budget for fiscal year 2023, which showed that $358 million in weapons, ammunition, and equipment had been allocated to the Iraqi security forces, while $183 million had been allocated to the US-backed PKK/YPG organization in Syria.  The document, titled "Fiscal Year 2023, Training Equip Fund to Fight ISIS", indicated that support was provided to the terrorist organization in northeastern Syria, in addition to another group in the south of the country called "Maghawir al-Thawra."  According to the document, the Pentagon plans to recruit a total of 3,500 people, including prison guards, to the ranks of the PKK/YPG terrorist organization in 2023, bringing the number of those receiving salaries in the ranks of the organization from the Pentagon budget in Syria from 16 thousand to 19,500 terrorist elements.  The support varies, according to the document, from education and equipment worth $32.1 million out of $183 million to the organization and “Maghawir al-Thawra,” $57.4 million logistical support, $71.4 million in salaries, $15.3 million in infrastructure, and expenditures at 7 million. $5 million for maintenance.  Under the budget, the United States will also provide the terrorist organization with 4,000 AK-47s (Kalashnikovs), 100 "Dushka" rifles, and 432 PKM machine guns, in addition to delivering various ammunition, including hand grenades, at a value of 3,439,000 dollars.  In 2022, the US administration allocated $500 million for the training and equipping program, including $177 million to support Washington's partners in Syria, including the PKK/YPG terrorist organization.  The United States turns a blind eye to the terrorist organization PKK and its criminal practices against civilian women and children in Syria, Iraq and Turkey. For the first time in days, the US embassy in Damascus implicitly acknowledged that the organization committed violations against civilians in northeastern Syria, while ignoring its targeting of the Turkish security forces and army with terrorist attacks inside Turkish territory.    The terrorist organization YPG/PKK punishes Syria's Manbij from the oil gate.. What is the story? The YPG/PKK terrorist organization’s monopoly on fuel has caused long queues of hundreds of cars to form at the only operating fuel station in the city of Manbij in northern Syria, of which 99 percent of the population is Arab.  The monopoly of the terrorist organization YPG/PKK on fuel has led to the formation of long queues of hundreds of cars at the only operating fuel station in the city of Manbij in northern Syria, of which 99 percent of the population is Arab.  The terrorist YPG/PKK is working to deprive the city's residents of fuel, in response to their rejection of his presence in the city, and in order to distract them from demanding his departure.  Because of the new measures imposed by the organization, the city of hundreds of thousands is experiencing the largest fuel crisis since the YPG/PKK took control of the city in 2016.  The organization monopolizes fuel and allows it to be sold only in one station, despite the presence of others in the city, which causes severe congestion, as hundreds of cars wait in front of it from morning until closing in the evening.  And local sources told Anadolu Agency that the organization had set a ceiling for car owners of 40 liters of fuel within a week, and recently increased this period to 10 days.  She explained that farmers, who need fuel to irrigate their land, go to the station early in the morning and wait there most of the day to get some fuel.  She pointed out that those who are unable to obtain fuel from the approved station are forced to buy it on the black market at double prices.  On May 31, 2021, the city of Manbij witnessed widespread protests against the organization due to the "forced conscription" of the city's youth, which resulted in the killing of 8 civilians and the wounding of 27 others.  At the time, the organization was forced to stop forced recruitment in exchange for the protests stopping.


Under the budget, the United States will also provide the terrorist organization with 4,000 AK-47s (Kalashnikovs), 100 "Dushka" rifles, and 432 PKM machine guns, in addition to delivering various ammunition, including hand grenades, at a value of 3,439,000 dollars.

In 2022, the US administration allocated $500 million for the training and equipping program, including $177 million to support Washington's partners in Syria, including the PKK/YPG terrorist organization.

The United States turns a blind eye to the terrorist organization PKK and its criminal practices against civilian women and children in Syria, Iraq and Turkey. For the first time in days, the US embassy in Damascus implicitly acknowledged that the organization committed violations against civilians in northeastern Syria, while ignoring its targeting of the Turkish security forces and army with terrorist attacks inside Turkish territory.

The terrorist organization YPG/PKK punishes Syria's Manbij from the oil gate.. What is the story?

The YPG/PKK terrorist organization’s monopoly on fuel has caused long queues of hundreds of cars to form at the only operating fuel station in the city of Manbij in northern Syria, of which 99 percent of the population is Arab.

The monopoly of the terrorist organization YPG/PKK on fuel has led to the formation of long queues of hundreds of cars at the only operating fuel station in the city of Manbij in northern Syria, of which 99 percent of the population is Arab.

The terrorist YPG/PKK is working to deprive the city's residents of fuel, in response to their rejection of his presence in the city, and in order to distract them from demanding his departure.

Because of the new measures imposed by the organization, the city of hundreds of thousands is experiencing the largest fuel crisis since the YPG/PKK took control of the city in 2016.

The organization monopolizes fuel and allows it to be sold only in one station, despite the presence of others in the city, which causes severe congestion, as hundreds of cars wait in front of it from morning until closing in the evening.

And local sources told Anadolu Agency that the organization had set a ceiling for car owners of 40 liters of fuel within a week, and recently increased this period to 10 days.

She explained that farmers, who need fuel to irrigate their land, go to the station early in the morning and wait there most of the day to get some fuel.

She pointed out that those who are unable to obtain fuel from the approved station are forced to buy it on the black market at double prices.

On May 31, 2021, the city of Manbij witnessed widespread protests against the organization due to the "forced conscription" of the city's youth, which resulted in the killing of 8 civilians and the wounding of 27 others.

At the time, the organization was forced to stop forced recruitment in exchange for the protests stopping.

Source : trt
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