At least seven Kurdish fighters have been killed so far in northern Syria as part of the retaliation actions by the Turkish military in response to the death of two soldiers in the Euphrates Shield operation zone.
“Thanks to the effective strikes of the Turkish Armed Forces units, according to preliminary data, seven terrorists were eliminated. The militants are punished for their criminal actions, ” the Turkish Defense ministry claimed.
Operations and strikes against Kurdish targets in Syria continue.
Turkish MRAP Kirpi was targeted with a guided missile on its way to a military base in the vicinity of the town of al-Bab, northern Aleppo province on July 24. As a result two Turkish soldiers were killed, two others were injured.
The Turkish MoD published photos of the YPG/ALF military points which have been hit in response to the attack. TB-2s were flying over northern Aleppo during the TAF engagement shots.
1⃣ Fırat Kalkanı bölgesinde 2 kahraman silah arkadaşımızı şehit eden teröristlere misliyle karşılık verilmiş, yapılan etkili atışlar sonucu terör mevzileri yerle bir edilmiş ve ilk belirlemelere göre en az 7 teröristin etkisiz hâle getirildiği tespit edilmiştir. pic.twitter.com/bP3fFBGVvc
— T.C. Millî Savunma Bakanlığı (@tcsavunma) July 25, 2021
Meanwhile Turkish-baked Syrian National Army (SNA) bombarded with heavy artillery positions of Syrian Defense Forces (SDF) on the Hazwan axis in the eastern countryside of Aleppo. At the same time, Turkish military forces shelled the SDF positions in the village of Maraanaz in the northern countryside of Aleppo.
— IDLIB POST (@IdlibEn) July 25, 2021
The situation in northern Aleppo is escalating and is not likely to calm down in coming hours.
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