Russian activity escalates | Russian forces bring in military convey and erect soil barriers opposite Turkish base, north of Ain Issa • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Russian activity escalates | Russian forces bring in military convey and erect soil barriers opposite Turkish base, north of Ain Issa

SOHR activists have monitored the arrival of a military convoy of dozens of armoured vehicles of Russian forces at their base in Ain Issa district, the “capital of Autonomous-Administration” north of Al-Raqqah.

According to Syrian Observatory sources, Russian forces have started to erect soil barriers on the opposite side of a Turkish base located in Sayda town, north of Ain Issa. The reasons behind this development remains unknown.

This development comes in light of the Turkish president’s talks about conducting military operations targeting areas controlled by SDF in northern Syria under the pretext of establishing a “safe zone.”

Yesterday, SOHR reported that Turkish forces and factions loyal to them fired heavy artillery shells in the vicinity of Al-Kouzliyah village, south-west of Tel Tamr town and the international road “M4,” in the countryside of Al-Hasakah.

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