The “Islamic State’s lifelines” leading from where? The question is never fully answered in Reuters’ report, nor in Kerry’s comments, nor in any statement made by Western politicians, policymakers, or pundits since the Syrian conflict began in 2011. The answer is obvious, however. The Islamic State’s lifelines run from Turkey, into Syria. Looking at any map of the conflict shows clearly that it is in no way a “civil war,” but rather an invasion from NATO territory.
According to Al-Mahdi Al-Dali, earlier Syria supplied about 8,445 tons of fruit and vegetables, including 482 tons of tomatoes, pomegranate and cauliflower. Read more: https://sputniknews.com/world/201611111047340287-russia-syria-fruit-supplies/ Oranges in the warehouse of Syrian goods in the Food City agricultural cluster in Moscow