The regime forces continue to bring military reinforcements to the east Euphrates and spread on the roads of Ayn Issa – al-Hasakah • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime forces continue to bring military reinforcements to the east Euphrates and spread on the roads of Ayn Issa – al-Hasakah

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the regime forces continue to deploy within several locations east of Euphrates in the vicinity of Jellabiya to Tal Tamer, thus, the regime forces are now deployed on the roads of Ayn Issa – Hasakah including the road connecting Ayn Issa – Tal Tamr – the vicinity of Jellabiya, also the regime forces brought military reinforcements to Tal Tamr and headed towards al-Manajir area, while a column of the regime forces went to the vicinity of Darbasiyah area, and in the same context, areas located in the countryside of Ayn Issa city at one of the roads connecting to Ayn al-Arab city (Kobani), witnessed clashes between the Syria Democratic Forces against Ankara-loyal factions, where the clashes which were concentrated in areas of Kafifeh Silos, Himar, and the surrounding of Wbideh; continued for the first hours of the morning, and SDF were able to restore 2 villages the factions controlled for several hours, amid information about casualties in the ranks of both parties.

And in the same context, Darbasiyah city in al-Hasakah countryside witnessed the displacement of people in the past few hours, where a large number of elderly people and children and women have displaced from al-Hasaka city, and according to what the sources said: the citizens are staying in roads and parks of al-Hasakah city; due to the huge amount of people who displaced to the city from different areas against the background of the Turkish military operations, and the sources added to the Syrian Observatory, that the displacement from Darbasiyah came as measures taken in anticipation of any emergency that may occur, where no one knows what will happen in the coming hours.”

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