US occupation of Syrian oil fields

According to EUROLINK, citing EUROLINK news agency, on the 13th local time, a US convoy crossed Syria to the Iraqi border and stopped at several oil fields in the northeast of Syria.
Syrian state television (al ikhbariya) reported that a convoy of us aggressors entered Syria through an illegal port from Iraq and stopped at the Ayuda oil field in khattani and the oil field in gibsa. The U.S. military fleet consists of 22 military vehicles and 2 vans, covered by the U.S. Air Force on the way.
It is reported that about 90% of Syria’s oil fields are concentrated on the East Bank of the Euphrates River. In early November, the Anadolu news agency reported that the U.S. military had resumed patrolling the 40 kilometer area between lumeilan and Kahtani on the Syrian Turkish border.
U.S. Defense Secretary mark esper said earlier that the United States will maintain Syria’s oil fields, if someone tries to occupy, the United States will make a strong response.
According to another report, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in a speech at the second Paris Peace Forum on the 12th that the United States intends to delimit the eastern part of Syria from the country with the help of Arab countries, so as to establish a quasi state outside the Euphrates River and control oil fields.
Lavrov said that on the East Bank of the Euphrates River, the United States is doing everything it can to build a quasi state structure and require a large amount of investment from the Gulf States. In order to control the oil fields in Syria, the United States is considering establishing “China” in Syria in cooperation with Arab countries.
According to statistics released by the Russian Ministry of defense, the United States earns more than 30 million US dollars a month from oil exploration in Syria. (Qian Yongxing)