Turkish troops repress protesters in northeastern Syria


November 9, 2019, 4: 7Damascus, Nov. 9 (Prensa Latina) Members of a contingent of Turkish military fired tear gas or Syrian protesters who repudiated their presence in the town of Yawadyah, in the northeast of the province of Hasaka, report media today in Damascus.

According to the details and testimonies of the Syrian national agency SANA, the Protestants stepped out of the Turkish military vehicles that were moving through the area and in the nearby town of Deir Ghosn.Reports indicate that at least a dozen villagers were treated by health personnel when they had symptoms of suffocation, including several adolescents.

The displacement of the Turkish troops responds to an agreement in Sochi, Russia, between the authorities of Moscow and Ankara and it had been warned that the vehicles should not display flags or provoke contrary actions of the population that rejects them.

Meanwhile, in Salihiya, Mala Muri, Soda and Manayir, near the Syrian city of Ras al Ain, occupied by Turkey, there were robberies of electrical transformers and house raids denounced by its inhabitants who organized acts of protest in this regard.

According to the allegations, the Turkish military coordinates these types of actions with elements of Syrian opposition paramilitary organizations that it supports.

Turkey maintains a current truce in the aforementioned regions after starting an October 9 offensive against Kurdish groups in the north of the Syrian provinces of Aleppo and Hasaka, denounced and condemned by the Damascus authorities as a flagrant violation of sovereignty of this nation of the Levant.

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