Two regime soldiers injured | Turkish ground forces shell Manbij countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Two regime soldiers injured | Turkish ground forces shell Manbij countryside

SOHR activists have documented the injury of two regime soldiers, where Turkish forces fired heavy artillery shells on a military checkpoint in Tel Torin village in Manbij countryside eastern of Aleppo, and shelled Al-Jat village.

On the other hand, Turkish forces fired heavy artillery shells on Al-Dabs and Hoshan villages in Ain Eissa countryside northern of Al-Raqqa.

A few hours ago, SOHR activists reported that regime forces brought military reinforcements to regime-held areas in southern Manbij countryside in eastern Aleppo countryside.

The reinforcements comprised tanks, heavy weapons and nearly 500 soldiers and deployed near Tel Aswad and Haimar Al-Jaish villages in area adjacent to regime-held areas with SDF.

On June 3, SOHR activists reported that Russian forces brought military reinforcements to military base known as Al-Sae’diyah in Manbij countryside, north eastern of Aleppo.

This came in light of the Russian military escalation in north eastern of Syria for a few days, coinciding with media escalation by Turkish side and the Turkish president’s (Recep Tayyip Erdogan) media about launching a Turkish military operation on the area.