Fearing and anticipating regime and Kurdish attacks | Turkish forces build separation wall on Tlalin-Marea road north of Aleppo. • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Fearing and anticipating regime and Kurdish attacks | Turkish forces build separation wall on Tlalin-Marea road north of Aleppo.

Reliable sources have informed SOHR that Turkish forces have begun building a concrete wall that will extend for about four kilometres along the road between “Tlalin” village and “Marea” town which are under Turkish forces and “National Army” factions, north of Aleppo.

According to Syrian Observatory sources, only about 500 metres of the separation wall has been completed to this day, but its construction will be completed in consecutive phases in the coming days, fearing that military vehicles and Turkish bases will be targeted by Kurdish and regime forces deployed on the outskirts of Marea, north of Aleppo.

It is worth noting that areas controlled by Turkish forces and National Army-in Al-Tanaf city in the eastern countryside of Aleppo witnessed numerous demonstrations by the displaced people, rejecting of Turkish project based on digging a trench and a high soil barrier separating regime-controlled areas from “National Army” along the frontlines, north and east of Aleppo.

The trench will divide the city into two sections because it is under the control of regime and Turkish-backed “National Army.” the people call for do not to dig a trench within the city and do not separate regime-controlled neighbourhoods, dig the trench outside them, not in the centre of the city and do not demolish homes.

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