As Turkey-loyal factions prevents their evacuation and rescue, 6 wounded die in Ras al-Ayn city affected by injuries they had in the military operations in the city • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

As Turkey-loyal factions prevents their evacuation and rescue, 6 wounded die in Ras al-Ayn city affected by injuries they had in the military operations in the city

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that 6 people died in Ras al-Ayn city affected by injuries they had as in the military operations in the city, after the Turkey-loyal factions prevented the medical convoy from entering and evacuating the injuries despite the American – Turkish agreement, where the number of injured in the city between civilians and fighters is 38, 6 of them died, also a part of the medical convoy of the Kurdish Red Crescent and an American humanitarian organization returned to Tal Tamr, while the rest of the convoy is still waiting in hope of entering Ras al-Ayn to evacuate the injured people, while Ras al-Ayn city is witnessing the continuation of sporadic shelling by the factions on sites of the Syria Democratic Forces.

And the Syrian Observatory published this morning that it seems that the Ankara-loyal factions have not only prevented the Kurdish Red Crescent convoy and an American humanitarian organization from entering Ras al-Ayn (Sari Kani) city, but they also closed the road behind them, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the convoy is stuck until now on the road connecting the villages of al-Safeh and Ras al-Ayn city after closing the return road in front of them in al-Safeh village by the factions, and now the convoy cannot advance towards Ras al-Ayn or return.

Accordingly, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights calls on all concerned parties and the international community to intervene immediately, to open the road for the medical teams and evacuate the wounded and injured people, and to ensure that no massacres are committed after the road was closed and medical teams were prevented from leaving and evacuating the injured people from the clash area.

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