The Turkish-led forces have took control of the strategic city of Jarablus in northern Syria without fighting with ISIS.
Faylaq al-Sham and Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki that were a part of the “modrate opposition” supported by the Turkish Armed Forces and the US-led coalition air power announced that Jarablus has been liberated from the ISIS terrorist group.
It’s important to note that according to local sources there were no clashes between the Turkish-led forces and ISIS militants. ISIS unitrs reportedly withdrew to the area of Al-Bab.
Reports appear that following the capture of Jarablus, Turkish-backed militant groups are preparing for further advances in northern Syria.
We remind on August 24, the Turkish military and some militants from the so-called “moderate opposition” invaded northern Syria. The operation, called Euphrates Shield, is also supported by the US-led coalition.
Turkish-backed militants are in Jarablus: