German medical worker: The majority of the wounded of Turkish bombardment are civilians

 A medical worker from Germany said the majority of those wounded in the Turkish attack were civilians, including children and women.

Jiyan, a German first aid worker from her country, came for helping in the treatment the wounded as the Turkish offensive began in northern and eastern Syria on October 9.

According to Jiyan, they were forced to evacuate the city hospital of Tal Abyad after the fierce Turkish bombing.

"There are a large number of wounded civilians, children, women and the elderly," said Jiyan, adding " a number of people involved in the conflict"

"We expect the worst after the ceasefire expires and we are preparing for it," she said. She called on the international community to provide more medical support.

She stressed that international positions condemning the Turkish attack "is not enough to stop the Turkish attack."



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