After the occupation of Turkey and its mercenaries of the so-called "Syrian National Army" of Serêkaniyê and Girê Spî cities and countryside, reaching near the international road known as M4, they have committed several crimes and massacres on that road against the civilians and passers-by, and since nearly ten months, the road has been being out of service for fear of the crimes of the occupation army and its mercenaries.
Traffic on the road between al-Jazeera and the Euphrates regions has also stopped completely due to the mercenaries and the Turkish occupation army targeting the unarmed civilians and looting their property.
In an initial step and after discussions between the Russian forces and Tel Tamr District Council, it resulted in a decision to open the road for the movement of the people, as the Russian forces made it clear that they coordinated with the Turkish occupation and agreed with it to open the way for the civilians and those wishing to go to the Euphrates region.
The M4 highway is supposed to be opened to civilians and private cars which will be accompanied by Russian patrols as of next Monday.
The co-chair of Tel Tamr District Council Joan Mulla Ayoub explained to our agency (ANHA) that the M4 highway connecting between al-Jazeera and the Euphrates regions has been out of service since the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries arrived at its outskirts, controlling part of it. Mulla Ayoub indicated that in coordination with the Russian forces and the second side’s coordination with the Turkish occupation army, the highway will open on the second day of Eid al-Fitr which falls on Monday.
Mulla Ayoub indicated that those wishing to go to the areas of the Euphrates region will launch on Monday at nine in the morning from Tel Tamr district, accompanied by Russian police patrols.
The co-chair of Tel Tamr District Council Joan Mulla Ayoub confirmed that the road will be open to the private cars and residents as a first step, and discussion will take place on the transit of commercial vehicles later.