Turkish drone strikes target oil facilities in Syria’s Qamishli

QAMISHLI, Syria (North Press) – Turkish drone strikes hit on Sunday oil facilities near the town of Tirbe Spiyeh (al-Qahtaniya), east of the city of Qamishli in northeastern Syria.

Over the past two days, Turkey has been launching drone strikes on areas adjacent to the border in northern and northeastern Syria, targeting infrastructure facilities, and properties of residents. These attacks have resulted in civilian and military casualties.

North Press correspondent in Tirbe Spiyeh reported that Turkish aircraft targeted an oil facility in the Awda oil field and another one on the southern side of the town near the village of Gir Bari.

He added, citing eyewitnesses, that the attacks caused significant material damage to the facilities.

Another Turkish attack targeted a checkpoint for the Internal Security Forces of North and East Syria (Asayish) in the village of Khazna, on the M4 Highway in the southeastern countryside of Qamishli.

By Saad al-Yaziji