Turkish occupation imposes curfew in Tel-Abyed

The Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries imposed a curfew in Tel-Abyed and its occupied countryside, which caused difficulty in providing the needs of the people.

The Turkish occupation pursues its hostile policies against the people who refuse its practices and violations, in the regions of NE, Syria, and therefore to force the people to accept its decisions and policies.

According to confirmed sources from the regions occupied by Turkey in both of Suluk and the village of Hammam Turkmen belonging to the countryside of Tel-Abyed district, the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries imposed a curfew in the area, and prevented the people from leaving.

The sources added: The curfew coincided with lack of basic services in the canton and its countryside from bread, water, and other things that caused a humanitarian catastrophe for the people, and it is very difficult to secure their daily needs necessary for their livelihood, pointing out that it does not know the exact time of the ban.

The Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries occupied the city of Tel Abyad and hundreds of its villages, after an attack on the area on October 9 last year.

Ever since, the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries have been practicing arbitrary policies against the people, in addition to the unstable security conditions and the almost complete lack of security and stability.

It is noteworthy that the Turkish occupation pursues the same policies in Bakur, "north Kurdistan", too. For decades, the Turkish occupation imposed a curfew in the villages and cities of Bakur Kurdistan, because of the people's rejection of its policies and violations.

(T/S)

ANHA


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