With the start of the Turkish occupation state its military operation with the mercenaries of the so-called "Syrian National Army" on October 9, 2019, the cities of Serekaniye and Girê Spi / Tal Abyad were occupied and reached the western countryside of Tal Tamr district.
The occupation intentionally created more than 20 military bases in these areas after its occupation, according to some sources, to complement its occupation plan and demographic change process in the region.
The camera of our news agency, "Hawar", spotted the military base located near the international road M4 at the top of the hill in the village of al-Amiriya, southwest of Tal Tamr.
A military source stated to our agency correspondent that the Turkish occupation army created the base more than two months ago, and it is one of the largest military bases in Serekaniye region, due to its large area and military equipment inside it.
The source noted that the weapons contained within it comprise a large number of armored vehicles and BMB vehicles, in addition to the presence of a number of heavy artillery, tanks and military equipment.
Besides, within the base are the "commando" forces, who are considered to be of the highest rank of the Turkish Special Forces, numbering more than 200 soldiers, and most of them are likely to be volunteer officers in the ranks of the Turkish occupation forces, according to the source.
To protect its occupying bases and soldiers, the Turkish occupation army installed two radars to monitor and track at that base, with an area of more than 1.5 kilometers in length.
The source pointed out to our agency correspondent, that there are a number of military bases belonging to the Turkish occupation army in the eastern countryside of the city of Serekaniye in the villages of "Al-Arisha, Daoudiya and Al-Aleya", and these bases are considered as focal points for the Turkish occupation army and differ from the base in the village of al-Amiriya.
The source ended his speech that the elements present in that base were targeting civilians and their property, setting fire to their agricultural crops and shooting randomly at the villages adjacent to it, continuously.
Since Turkey occupied the areas of northern and eastern Syria in late last year, it has been seizing civilian property and turning it into military bases.