Hasaka, The Turkish occupation forces and their mercenaries of terrorist organizations have continued assaults against locals and properties in many villages in Tal Tamir area, Hasaka city northwestern countryside as the Turkish aggression has caused the displacement of about 20 thousand Syrian families since its beginning.
SANA's reporter in Hasaka said that over the past hours, the Turkish occupation forces and their mercenaries fired rockets and mortar shells on the villages of Owaish, Dawodiya and Tal Tawil in countryside of Tal Tamir town, northwest of Hasaka, causing the destruction of a number of houses, and to the citizens' properties.
In parallel, military reinforcements have been brought by the Turkish regime to support its forces and mercenaries in the area surrounding Abu Rasyen village, Ras al-Ayn countryside.
On the other hand, the reporter indicated that since its beginning on Oct. 9th, the Turkish aggression on Syrian territory has caused the displacement of 19,776 families from the northern countryside of Hasaka, adding that services are provided to them at 48 housing shelters.
Meanwhile, the US occupation forces have pulled out a convoy that includes tens of the trucks and the military vehicles from Sareen base in Aleppo northern countryside towards the Iraqi borders, and at the same time they brought a convoy from Iraq to Hasaka province which includes 22 military vehicles (Humvee) and two trucks under a cover by US warplanes, according to SANA reporter.
The reporter added that the convoy entered through the illegitimate crossing of al-Walid with Iraq, and it was deployed in Oudieh oilfield in al-Qahtanyia and Himo village in Qamishli western countryside and al-Jibssa oilfields.
The US occupation forces work on reinforcing their bases and establishing other ones around oilfields in the northeastern region with the aim of continuing to steal the oil and gas and to usurp the mineral resources in the Syrian territories in an outrageous violation of the international laws and norms.
Source: Syrian Arab News Agency