Turkey evades paying land rent on which “Morek” observation post is stationed
Turkish forces, stationed at “Observation” post in the town of Morek in northern rural, continue to refrain from paying the rent of the land on which its post is located.
SOHR reliable sources confirmed that the Turks had not paid the land’s rents due for a year and a half to its owner (M.M.).
“Although the land owner agreed with (Al Sham Corps) faction, which has close ties to Turkey, that the lessee has to pay $700 for each dunam of land, however, nothing like this has happened, as the Turks have never paid the rents due, moreover, the contract expired in early June and was not renewed despite the fact that Turkish forces remained in positions, but on the contrary, Turkish forces expanded their presences by taking more ground and started cutting down pistachio trees”, SOHR sources added.
(M.M.) tried hard to collect his dues repeatedly, without any result as “Turkish officers” saying that they had informed their leaders and were awaiting a response. “The landowner complained to “Al Sham Corps” faction as it has close ties to Turkey, but in vain”, SOHR sources added.
The ninth Turkish post in Morek was to monitor the “ceasefire”, but it only monitored the advance of regime forces and Russians and took control over the entire northern rural Hama over the past months, as the post became within the areas of influence of regime forces.