المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Aleppo | “Energy Board” of Autonomous Administration punishes workers refuse transporting fuel to pro-Turkey factions’ areas

Aleppo province: Syrian Observatory for Human Rights activists in Manbij city in the eastern countryside of Aleppo have reported that the “Energy Board” of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria has suspended the work of about 15 workers, working in transporting fuel, for a whole week, as they refused to deliver fuel to the areas controlled by pro-Turkey factions through Um Jaloud crossing, which connects areas controlled by Manbij Military Council and areas under the control of the National Army factions in Jarablus. It is worth noting that the “Energy Board” takes transportation fees of an estimated 15 USD, and gives the oil trucks’ owners three USD for each 1,000 litre of fuel transported from and to these areas.

It is also worth noting that Um Jaloud crossing, north-west of Manbij, witnesses transportation of large amount of fuel on a daily basis.

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