Gire Spi Military Council not warmongers but defiant

Military Council of the Gire Spi/Tal Abyad Canton has indicated that they have foiled the big Turkish ground offensive on the Ain Issa district, and that occupation leads to deportation of the people of the region.  

This comes in the aftermath of a statement by Syrian Democratic Forces, the SDF, of thwarting the ground offensive by the Turkish Occupation Army and the affiliated mercenaries, on the village of Mi'alagh and the Ain Issa Camp to the north of the Ain Issa town, after 9 hours constant fighting.  

Turkish artillery shelled with tens of rockets villages across the International Aleppo- Hasaka Highway known as M4, and northern outskirts of the Ain Issa town, that led to injuries of eight civilians. 

In a statement released today, Military Council of the Tal Abyad Canton appreciated highly resistance shown by fighters who deterred tens of mercenaries from reaching the International Aleppo- Hasaka Highway and blockading the town.  

Commander in the Military Council of the Tal Abyad Canton, Riyadh Khalaf, delivered a statement in front of the council, where he said : '' the random Turkish shelling on northern outskirts of the town led to an exodus from the town, where most of people slept outside''.  

Both the Russian silence and Syrian Forces on frontlines were criticized, though Russians are responsible for security in the region and monitoring ceasefire, confirming that Syrian Democratic Forces, the SDF, are not warmongers but when needed they would defend bravely against any attack.

The statement went reading that the Turkish Occupation still shelling populated villages western Gire Spi/Tal Abyad, with all kinds of weapons.

In the statement, it was confirmed that Syrian Democratic Forces, the SDF, killed yesterday 18 mercenaries in the village of Mi'alagh.

Today, Syrian Democratic Forces, the SDF, with Russian mediation, gave allowance to Turkish Occupation Army to enter the village in question to retrieve bodies of 18 mercenaries.

L.A.


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