To annex Syrian territories, Turkey builds a wall between Marea and village of Talalin

The Turkish occupation is building a concrete wall on the road connecting the occupied city of Marea, the village of Talalin to the occupied city of Azaz, in continuation of its policies of demographic change.

Under baseless pretexts, the Turkish occupation army is building a concrete wall between the village of Talalin and the city of Marea, claiming that it is (the wall) to protect these areas from the attacks of Damascus government forces.

The Turkish occupation army continues to build the cement wall on the road between the village of Talalin, 40 km north of Aleppo, and Marea, 35 km north of Aleppo, with a length of 4 km.

These practices come within the policy of demographic change pursued by the Turkish occupation state in the occupied areas.



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