Another 1.5 million barrels of Iranian crude oil are expected to arrive this week in Syria's Baniyas port, according to naval tracking firm Tanker Trackers on Monday.
This shipment comes after Iran sent 3 million barrels of crude oil to help solve the fuel crisis in Bashar al-Assad's regions last month.
In response to the growing fuel crisis since mid-March when the YPG/PKK terror group cut off oil provisions due to the accumulation of debt by the regime of al-Assad, Iran has resumed its support for Assad with shipments of over 3 million barrels of oil in four tankers - Arman 114, Sam 121, Daran and Romina.
The fuel crisis brought transportation and social life to a halt, especially in the crowded cities of Damascus, Aleppo, Latakia, Hama and Tartus.
The Arman 114 tanker had formerly been known as Adrian Darya-1, and the same tanker was also previously named Grace 1, Tanker Trackers said last month.
British Royal Marines near Gibraltar seized it on July 4, 2019, on suspicion that it violated European Union sanctions while heightening international tension by carrying oil to Syria.
Iran's oil shipments to the regime are regarded as a way of strengthening the country's regional position and are also a major part of the regime's survival strategy.
By Nuran Erkul Kaya