The UN: Turkish regime aggression on Syrian lands forces nearly 180 thousand citizens to flee Home

Damascus, SANA-The UN has affirmed that the Turkish regime aggression on Syrian lands forced nearly 180 thousand citizens to flee Home, among them 80 thousand child, causing huge material damage to infrastructure, water and electricity stations.

“The attacks, launched by Turkish regime forces, since October 9th, have led to many bad repercussions on the humanitarian situation in Syria… it caused big damages to Allouk main water station, lines of electricity supplies in addition to four vital medical utilities,” A statement for the UN said on Tuesday.

The Turkish regime has been launching an aggression on a number of villages and towns in Hasaka and Raqqa countryside, leaving hundreds of citizens martyred or injured and forcing thousands to leave their home.

Mazen Eyon

 

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