Turkish occupation attempts to burn oil facility, farmers’ crops in Tirbe Spiye

The Turkish occupation army set fire to the fields of the Saeedah oil terminal in Tirbe Spiye, and fire and emergency teams managed to extinguish it before reaching the center of the station, and the teams are now trying to put out the fire that was set up near the village of Kardim.

The Turkish occupation army re-set fire to the fields of farmers of Tirbe Spiye district in north and east Syria, and this time it set fire to the fields of Saida oil station 12 km northeast of Tirbe Spiye district, which led to the burning of two basins of Al-Fadl in the oil field, despite the presence of an American army patrol there.

The fire and emergency teams rushed to put out the fire to prevent it from reaching the station center, which would have led to a humanitarian and economic catastrophe, and with great difficulty the fire and emergency teams were able to put out the fire.

In the same context, the elements of the Turkish occupation army set fire to the fields of the border village of Kardim, which is located 15 km northeast of Tirbe Spiye district.

Fire and emergency teams have rushed to put out the fire, which is now eating up farmers ’crops.

ANHA


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