Following statements of Turkish Foreign Minister | Residents protest in over 36 areas in areas of HTS and Turkish-backed factions
SOHR activists have reported that ten thousands of residents went out on protests against the statements of the Turkish Foreign Minister yesterday, where SOHR activists monitored over 36 protest sites in areas of HTS and Turkish-backed factions in “Peace Spring”, “Euphrates River” and “Olive Branch” areas, where in “Peace Spring” areas hundreds of residents in Ras Al-Ain in Al-Hasakah countryside, Tel Abyad town and Solok town in Al-Raqqa northern countryside.
While in “Euphrates River” and “Olive Branch” areas in northern Aleppo countryside, thousands of residents protested in 16 areas which are: Al-Bab, A’zaz, Jarablus, Al-Ra’ey, Afrin, Dabik, Jinderes, Rajo, Akhtarin, Ma’batly, Turkman Barih, Marae’, Soran, Kaljabrin, Al-Ziyadiyah and Baza’a.
Moreover, residents protested in 18 areas in HTS areas which are: Al-Atareb, Darat Aza, Al-Jina, Tel Al-Karama, Abin Sam’an in Aleppo countryside, Idlib, Harim, Al-Dana, Atma, Salkin, Sarmada, Kafriyah, Mara’et Masrin camps, Kafr Lucien, Jisr Al-Shughor, Al-Mastoma, Darkosh and Hazano.
SOHR sources reported that Turkish soldiers stationed in the Turkish base in Al-Mastumah base in southern Idlib have fired tear gas shells, attempting to disperse demonstrators who gathered in front of the base, as some protestors climbed up the walls of the base.
According to SOHR sources, all military posts and positions of Turkish forces in Idlib have been put on high alert over the widespread demonstrations in differrnt areas across Idlib countryside against yesterday’ statement by the Turkish Foreign Minister.
In the same context, Turkish forces stationed at Jarabulus crossing on the Syria-Turkey border in the northern countryside of Aleppo fired bullets in the air, attempting to keep protestors away from the crossing.
Observatory sources have just reported that tens of areas controlled by Turkish forces, the “National Army” factions, Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and other factions in Syria experienced widespread demonstration today, after Friday prayer, where the protestors condemned and denounced yesterday’ statement by the Turkish Foreign Minister, in which he said, “we need to somehow come to terms with the opposition and the regime in Syria.”