A column of the Turkish forces enters Jarabulus and deployed in the area in conjunction with information about bringing pro-Turkey opposition factions to Manbij area

The Syrian Observatory for human Rights monitored the entry of a Turkish military column to Jarabulus area at the border with Turkey, where the column was deployed in the area a short time ago, while the Syrian Observatory has received information about the fact that the pro-Turkey factions will head from Afrin area and the areas of “Euphrates Shield” to the vicinity of Manbij to participate in the anticipated military operation.

And the SOHR published hours ago, that media outlets close and loyal to the “Syrian regime” are still continuing to release lies about targeting the Syrian territory by Turkish aircraft today evening, Monday, sources of the Syrian Observatory for human Rights confirmed that the news about Turkish airstrikes on the Syrian territory, as the regime’s media claims, is completely false, and the sources added to the SOHR that the Turkish airstrikes took place on positions in Iraq, while 2 shells coming from the Turkish side, fell inside the Syrian territory within a deserted and unpopulated area, and the SOHR monitored today evening, that tens of trucks of the International Coalition have entered from Kurdistan Region of Iraq to the north-east of Syria, and there number reached about 80 cargo trucks, including military vehicles, and this action comes despite the U.S. decision for a pullout from the SDF’s controlled areas, thus, the number of trucks which entered the areas of east Euphrates since the International Coalition and the Syria Democratic Forces announced their control over the east of Euphrates in late March 2019, raised to at least 3130, within 29 batches.

Also sources informed the Syrian Observatory, that Turkish aircraft flew over the border triangle between Turkey – Syria – Iraq, near Al-Malikiyah (Dayrik), in conjunction with launching 2 shells by the Turkish forces on a group that tried to cross to the Turkish side opposite “Khanki” village, where the shells fell in an unpopulated territory without causing any damage.

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