Al Bab city’s residents decry to separate their villages from Syria

The people of the town of Tadef (the part under the control of the Damascus government), which is affiliated with the occupied city of al-Bab in the north eastern countryside of Aleppo, continue in the sit-in tent to denounce the demographic change processes that Turkey is making in the occupied areas, while the latter continues to build a separation wall separating the occupied areas from the rest of the Syrian regions.

On the 13th of this month, the people of the town of Tadef, which Damascus government forces control about 30%, and 70% is occupied by Turkey and its mercenaries, in the occupied countryside of al-Bab, began erecting a sit-in tent to denounce the practices of the Turkish occupation state, which is trying to separate their villages from the rest of the Syrian regions. By digging a three-meter-wide trench, and raising earth berm along the frontlines areas between the areas controlled by the Damascus government and the Turkish occupation in the north-eastern region of Aleppo.

In the occupied city of Marea in the northern countryside of Aleppo, following the statements of the head of the Turkish occupation state in the middle of last month, about the settlement of about one million Syrian refugees in the occupied areas in Syria; At the beginning of May, the Turkish occupation army began building a concrete wall 4 meters high and more than 200 meters long in the occupied city of Marea.

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ANHA


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