Turkish forces bombed the countryside of Aleppo, today, Saturday, for the second day in a row, the areas of Kurdish forces deployment in the governorate, with the withdrawal of what was confirmed by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
They bombed the Turkish base stationed in the town of Kiljabrin in the countryside. Northern Aleppo with dozens of artillery shells on the outskirts of Tal Rifaat, the vicinity of Meng Military Airport, Harbel, Husayyah, al-Sadd, Umm Hosh farms, and sites in the Sherawa sub-district between Soughana and Akeba.
With the withdrawal of the observatory, no information has been received about casualties so far.
In turn, the “Kurdish Hawar” news agency confirmed the bombing of the Turkish army in the countryside Sherawa sub-district in Afrin in Aleppo.
On Friday, the Turkish military bases in the countryside of Aleppo targeted the vicinity of Meng Military Airport, the Tal Rifaat area, the Maranaz and Sheikh Issa corridors within the Kurdish forces’ deployment areas in the northern countryside of Aleppo, without being reported. Information on human casualties.
Also, on Thursday, the Turkish forces and the factions loyal to them bombed the vicinity of the town of Tal Rifaat and the villages of Sheikh Issa, Bayluniya and Alqamiyeh, within the Kurdish forces’ deployment areas in the northern countryside of Aleppo.
This came after the killing of a member of the pro-Turk factions As a result of violent clashes with heavy machine guns and artillery on the axis of the town of Kafr Khashir in the countryside of Aleppo, between the Turkish factions on the one hand, and the Kurdish forces on the other side, after the latter’s infiltration attempt on advanced sites of the pro-Turkish factions.
Al-Qaeda was also bombed. In the Turkish village of Tukhar al-Saghir with heavy artillery, Thursday, the vicinity of the village of Al-Jat, north of Manbij in the eastern countryside of Aleppo.
Also on March 8, the observatory confirmed that shelling had occurred from Turkish military bases stationed in the “Euphrates Shield” areas around the periphery. Meng Military Airport is within the Kurdish forces’ deployment areas in the northern countryside of Aleppo.