Syrian Army, Turkey-Backed Terrorists Exchange Heavy Fire in Northeastern Aleppo
The sources reported that the Syrian Army units and the Ankara-led Euphrates Shield forces reportedly exchanged gunfire near the town of al-Bab in Northeastern Aleppo.
Militants opened fire at the Syrian army troops South of Al-Bab, while Damascus forces responded with their own barrage of gunfire.
Neither side reported casualties regardless of the fierce exchanges.
Media reports said earlier this month that Ankara ordered transfer of the Chinese terrorists in Idlib to the regions controlled by Turkey-backed militants in Northeastern Aleppo.
Syria’s al-Watan newspaper quoted sources close to the terrorists in Aleppo and Idlib as saying that Turkey ordered the Turkestani terrorists to transfer the family members of Chinese Uyghuri militants who were almost 3,000 people from Idlib, specially Jisr al-Shaqour, to areas in Aleppo and Jarabulus which were controlled by the Turkey-affiliated forces.
The sources explained that Turkey embarked on the move for the fear of possible reactions by the local people who are enraged by the terrorists’ repeated attacks on infrastructures in the province.
The Chinese terrorists recently intensified attacks on railways, infrastructures, historical monuments and properties of the local people to sell them in the market.