Continued wave of displacement east of Euphrates raises to more than 75000, the number of civilians forced by the Turkish military operation to flee their areas
The movement of civilians from their areas in Tal Abyad, Ras al-Ayn, Darbasiyah and other areas east of Euphrates continues at the border with Turkey, despite the relative calm and caution in the area in general, except for Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ayn, where the number of displaced people according to statistics of the “Syrian Observatory” reached more than 75000 civilians of who have been forced by the Turkish military operation “Peace Spring” to flee their areas towards the depth of the area, and some of them are scattered out in the open while others went to al-Raqqah city, not to mention the difficult humanitarian conditions experienced by the area such as the interruption of water in al-Hasaka city, and the power stations are out of service due to shelling and clashes, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday that displacement continues from different parts of the eastern Euphrates region due to the Turkish military operation in the area, where the Syrian Observatory monitored the rise of the number of displaced to more than 60 thousand civilians within less than 36 hours, for fear of the Turkish military operation, as Al-Darbasiyah city and Ras Al-Ain city are almost empty of its inhabitants.
Meanwhile, the SOHR monitored fierce clashes between the SDF and Turkish forces within the fierce attack of Turkey on the area. It is noteworthy that the city of Al-Darbasiyah has become almost empty of its inhabitants after their displacement during the last 24 hours to become the same as Ras Al-Ain, which in turn has become almost free of inhabitants. Meanwhile, Turkish forces bombed areas around the villages of Zuhairiyah and Jam Sharaf in the countryside of al-Malikiyah. Also, the SDF shot down a reconnaissance aircraft in the skies of “Qasr Deep” in Malikiyah countryside.