The Turkish newspaper “Cumhuriyet” indicated that the soldiers were in their positions on the Syrian border line, and that they issued warnings to stop people who wanted to cross illegally from Turkey, as they fired at the soldiers and wounded the sergeant, to be killed after arriving at the hospital.
On November 23, a Turkish soldier was killed in the Operation Peace Spring area, northeastern Syria, from his wounds after being accidentally hit with a weapon.
Cases of the killing of Turkish soldiers are repeated, whether in northwestern Syria, or on the Turkish-Syrian border, as the Turkish government announced the killing of two of its soldiers near Marea in the countryside of Aleppo on October 10.
On the other hand, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights announced that the Turkish forces and the factions loyal to them targeted areas in the vicinity of the international road “M-4”, and the village of Hoshan, within the northern sector of the countryside of Raqqa, with missile strikes without causing any casualties.
On Wednesday evening, the Turkish General Staff announced the bombing of 47 targets as part of Operation Olive Branch in the Afrin region, northwest Syria.
The commission said in a statement that “27 Turkish warplanes bombed 47 targets in the context of Operation Olive Branch,” noting that “287 fighters of the People’s Protection Units and ISIS have been eliminated since the start of the Afrin operation until now.”
SOURCE: Middle East.in-24