Al-Qamishli | Turkish rocket-propelled grenade hits “Roj agricultural center”, injuring two members of “Al-Asayish”
SOHR sources say that an explosion rocked the areas of the “Self-Administration” in Al-Qamishli on Monday morning, caused by a rocket-propelled grenade fired from inside Turkish territory.
The shell hit the Self-Administered’s “Roj agricultural center” in the Old Station neighbourhood, adjacent to the Turkish border in the north-eastern part of Al-Qamishli city, injuring two of the building’s guards, who are members of the Internal Security Forces “Al-Asayish”.
In June, Syrian Observatory activists monitored a military column of 15 vehicles affiliated to Russian and regime forces, including vehicles with submachine gun installed over them, leaving Al-Qamishli city. The column headed towards Al-Qahtaniyah town then to “Deir Ghosn” village from which Russian-Turkish joint patrols are used to setting off.
According to SOHR sources, the column stopped in Derna Aghi village on the Syria-Turkey border, where the Russian and regime forces were stationed in a tent there, claiming that they came to protect the residents from the Turkish repeated attacks while the people harvesting their crops.