Hours after death of Turkish soldier in Kurdish rocket fire on the same base | Russian jet attacks perimeter of Turkish base in Aleppo’s al-Twees • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Hours after death of Turkish soldier in Kurdish rocket fire on the same base | Russian jet attacks perimeter of Turkish base in Aleppo’s al-Twees

Aleppo province: SOHR sources have reported that a Russian fighter jet executed two airstrikes on the perimeter of the Turkish base in al-Twees area in the east of Mare’ city in the northern countryside of Aleppo, which is under the control of Turkish forces and factions of the National Army. However, no casualties have been reported.

 

A few hours ago, SOHR sources reported that Turkish media outlets and websites acknowledged of the death of a Turkish soldier in rocket fire by Kurdish forces on the Turkish military base in al-Twees area near Mare’ in the northern countryside of Aleppo, after SOHR sources had confirmed the death of that soldier.

 

In this context, SOHR sources reported that Turkish forces renewed their heavy rocket fire on Kurdish-held areas as a response to the death of the Turkish soldier.

 

earlier this morning, observatory sources reported that several frontlines in the northern countryside experienced exchange of heavy rocket fire between Turkish forces and their proxy factions on one hand, and Kurdish forces on the other. According to SOHR sources, Turkish forces and their proxies fired tens of rockets and artillery shells since morning, targeting positions in Sadd al-Shahbaa, al-Souqiyyah and other Kurdish-held areas. While Kurdish forces shelled several positions where Turkish forces were stationed, including al-Twees base nearby Mare’ in northern Aleppo, amid confirmed reports of casualties on both sides. There were also reports of the death of at least one Turkish soldier in the bombardment on al-Twees base.

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