Turkish aggression on Hasaka and Raqqa countryside leaves several martyred and injured

For the second day in a row, the Turkish regime continued its aggression on Syrian territory, targeting on Wednesday several towns and villages in the countryside of Hasaka and Raqqa provinces, with the aggression focusing on infrastructure, vital facilities, and residential neighborhoods, while a number of civilians martyred and injured and caused massive material damage.
SANA’s reporter in Hasaka said that the Turkish regime’s forces continued their aggression with artillery and warplanes on Ras al-Ayn and al-Qamishli cities in Hasaka countryside, and Ein Issa area in Raqqa northern countryside.

The reporter said the Turkish regime’s forces has been targeting with warplanes and artillery the city of Ras al-Ayn, claiming the lives of 5 civilians and injuring 9 others, in addition to carrying out artillery strikes and airstrikes on the villages of Naddas, Alouk, Hamid, and Tal Arqam in the city’s countryside, in addition to targeting Saeeda petroleum station on the borders with Turkey, which led to it burning down completely.
The Turkish regime’s forces targeted with rockets the town of Ein Issa in Raqqa’s northern countryside, causing material damage.

SANA’s reporter also said that 3 civilians were injured and dozens were injured as a result of the Turksih regime forces targeting cars on the road between Raqqa and Tal Abyad.

The reporter refuted the Turkish Defense Ministry’s claims about seizing control of positions in Ras al-Ayn, asserting that news about targeting Qamishli International Airport and baseless.On another note, the reporter said that 100 US soldiers withdrew from Syrian territory in two batches, heading to Iraq along with dozens of vehicles, while ten US officers and a number of foreign experts left the illegal US base of Rumailan and headed to Iraq.

Meanwhile Qasad (SDF) militias continued their oppressive practices against locals, raiding dozens of houses in Tal Tamer village in Hasaka countryside, detaining youths to forcefully recruit and send them to conflict zones, and the families of the detainees gathered in front of Gwairan Prison demanding the release of their sons.

On Wednesday, 8 civilians were martyred and 20 others were wounded in a Turkish aggression on Qamishli, Dibasyah and al-Mishrafah in Ras al-Ayn in Hasaka countryside which also targeted service facilities and infrastructure , such as dams and electricity and water plants.

Source: News Agencies