After five days of relative calm in al-Hasakah | Turkish forces bombard Ashoreya village west of Tel Tamr • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After five days of relative calm in al-Hasakah | Turkish forces bombard Ashoreya village west of Tel Tamr

Al-Hasakah province: SOHR activists have reported that Turkish forces have bombarded with heavy artillery Tel Kafenjy al-Ashoreya village in the western countryside of Tel Tamr which is administratively affiliated to al-Hasakah, causing material damage of populations’ properties.

These developments came after five days of a relative calm in Tel Tamr.

On September 27, SOHR activists reported that Russian forces brought in military reinforcement from Ain Issa to the Russian base in “al-Mabaqer” area in northern Tel Tamr in al-Hasakah countryside. The reinforcement comprised covered military vehicles and armoured vehicles.

The move was carried out after the Turkish forces’ attack on a Russian helicopter in the same area.

On September 26, SOHR activists reported that regime forces fired several rockets on posts and positions of the Turkish forces and their proxies in al-Qasemiya and other frontlines in Tel Tamr countryside. However, no casualties were reported.

According to SOHR sources, the bombardment came at Russian forces’ orders after a Russian helicopter was attacked in the region by Turkish forces earlier that day.

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