The regime forces are deployed in 3 new villages in the eastern countryside of Ras Al-Ayn after being deployed in Abu Rasin which is under control of the SDF • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime forces are deployed in 3 new villages in the eastern countryside of Ras Al-Ayn after being deployed in Abu Rasin which is under control of the SDF

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today evening that the regime forces have expanded their deployment in the eastern countryside of Ras al-Ayn city (Sere Kaniye) and the northern countryside of Abu Rasin, where the regime forces have been deployed in the villages of al-Asdiyah, Al-Ibrahimiyeh and Al-Kasra, where they started to station in these villages which are located to the north-western part of Zahr Al-Arab village, and the SOHR monitored today evening, fierce clashes today evening, in 3 axes in the areas of Bab Al-Khair and Muraykiz which are related to Abu Rasin town, in addition to violent shelling and clashes in Al-Daoudiyah village which is located on Ras Al-Ayn – Tal Tamr Road, and according to the sources of the SOHR; the clashes resulted in the killing of 6 members of the Syria Democratic Forces as well as 9 members of the Syrian National Army that is backed by Turkey, and the sources monitored the entry of regime forces to the town of Abu Rasin which is under control of the SDF, along with the violent clashes which broke out between the SDF against the Turkish forces and their loyal factions.

And the SOHR monitored today the arrival of regime forces in Um Al-Kayf  village which is located about 10 kilo meters away from Tal Tamr town on the road to Ras Al-Ayn, along with the presence of Russian patrols in the area.

And at the same time, the SOHR monitored a large column of the Turkish forces and their loyal factions heading from Um Al-Asafir village to the clash areas, and reliable sources said: “the fronts are extended from Abu Rasin to villages in the west of Tal Abyad and towards the depth of the area near the International Highway near the area of Alyah, and the attacks have not stopped since clashes erupted.”

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