The Turkish forces and their loyal factions carry out an attack on several villages in Tal Abyad countryside north of Al-Raqqah • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The Turkish forces and their loyal factions carry out an attack on several villages in Tal Abyad countryside north of Al-Raqqah

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored violent attack by the Turkish forces and their loyal factions, on positions of Syria Democratic Forces in the villages of Qa’ali, Jurn, Qurunfil and Sarung in Tal Abyad countryside north of Al-Raqqah, in conjunction with intense artillery and rocket shelling that targeted positions of SDF.

Meanwhile, confirmed information was received about the fall of casualties and injuries in the ranks of both parties due to the ongoing clashes since today’s evening.

On November 18, SOHR published that the Turkish Forces and their loyal factions have taken control of Shrekrak Silos in Ayn Issa countryside north of al-Raqqah city, where the factions took advantage of the withdrawal of the Syria Democratic Forces from the silos; as a result of the meeting of the Russians with the Turks at sunset on Sunday, then they brought heavy machines, military, and logistical reinforcements to the silos, which are supposed to be handed over to Russia, however, the Turkish Forces and their loyal factions took control of them after the meeting.

While the sources added to the Syrian Observatory that violent clashes took place yesterday evening in the silos area, between the Syria Democratic Forces against the Turkish Forces and the factions loyal to them, accompanied by exchange of shelling and targeting, where at least 4 fighters of the factions were killed and confirmed information about more casualties in the ranks of both parties, while clashes renewed between both parties on Monday morning, and in the same context, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that a dispute took place between the regime forces in Ayn Issa and between the SDF, led the latter to confiscate weapons of the first, before people intervened and calmed the situation there.

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