Turkish Military Establishes New Military Points in Syria
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Turkish Military Establishes New Military Points in Syria

SANA news agency reported on Saturday, citing private sources, that the Turkish army forces and allied Syrian armed formations moved by car prefabricated rooms from the village of Al-Fateh and its surroundings to the villages of Aneeq Al-Hawa, Khirbet Jammu and Mahmudiya of Abu-Rasin district in the northwestern Hasaka countryside. For its part, "Syrian General Authority for Radio and Television" said that the Turkish army forces "establish a new military point in the village of Tel Attash in the countryside of Ras al-Ain" in the same province. Last Friday, the Turkish army, according to SANA, entered trucks carrying construction materials through the border village of Sukkariyah, heading south towards the villages of Daoudia, Tal Muhammad, Aneeq Al-Hawa and Mahmudiya, followed by the entry of a military convoy of Turkish forces as well, It comprises 13 vehicles from the territory of Turkey to the city of Ras al-Ain via the village of Sukkariyah, to strengthen the military points established by the army in the countryside of the city. Since its launch on 9 October, the "Peace Spring" military operation in northeast Syria against the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), which it considers terrorist, has taken control of an area 30 kilometers deep on the border between the two countries.

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