Infrastructure losses in NE, Syria as a result of Turkish attacks exceeded one billion dollars
The attacks of the Turkish occupation state caused huge losses to the infrastructure in NE, Syria, exceeding one billion US dollars, and according to the concerned authorities, repairing all the damage will take a period of time extending for months.
Turkish attacks on NE, Syria continue without stopping, targeting residential areas and villages on a daily basis.
On October 4, the Turkish occupation escalated its attacks, directly targeting infrastructure, including energy and water facilities and electricity generation plants.
Its drones and warplanes simultaneously targeted sites in the cantons of al-Hasakah, Qamishlo, and the Euphrates region, and also bombed the Anti-Narcotics Academy of the Internal Security Forces in the Derik countryside.
These attacks, in addition to major damage to infrastructure and deprivation of citizens from electricity and water, caused the death of 47 citizens and the injury of more than 59 others from October 4 to 11, including fighters from the Syrian Democratic Forces and the Internal Security Forces.