Turkish drone injures person in Syria’s Hasakah northern countryside

TEL TAMR, Syria (North Press) – A Turkish drone targeted on Monday a populated village in north Hasakah, northeast Syria, wounding a person.

An informed source told North Press that a Turkish drone bombed the village of Tel al-Laban, west of the town of Tel Tamr, north of Hasakah.

As a result of the bombing, a person was injured. He was transported to one of the hospitals in Tel Tamr, the source said.

Following the Turkish “Peace Spring” military operation in October 2019, which resulted in the occupation of the two cities of Tel Abyad, north of Raqqa, and Sere Kaniye (Ras al-Ain), north of Hasakah, Turkey signed two ceasefire agreements, one with Russia and the other with the US.

The agreements stipulate halt of all hostilities there and the withdrawal of the SDF 30 km in depth away from the Turkish border in addition to conducting Turkish-Russian joint patrols in order to monitor the implementation of the agreements.

However, Tel Tamer town and its countryside have been targeted by the Turkish forces and their affiliated opposition SNA factions since then.

Reporting by Adnan Hamo