Led by Jaysh Al-Nasr, the Turkish-backed militants launched an attack on the Syrian Army’s post at the northern axis of Tadef from their positions at nearby Al-Bab.
This attack by the Turkish-backed militants would result in a series of intense clashes that involved both heavy gunfire and shelling.
According to a field report from eastern Aleppo, the Syrian Arab Army was able to foil the attack by the Turkish-backed militants, forcing them to ultimately retreat back towards Al-Bab.
The Turkish-backed militants have become increasingly aggressive in eastern Aleppo, northern Al-Raqqa, and western Al-Hasakah, prompting the Syrian Armed Forces to deploy reinforcements to these fronts.
Prior to this attack, the Turkish-backed militants repeatedly struck the Syrian Army’s positions in Al-Hasakah, which is a violation of the ongoing ceasefire agreement east of the Euphrates.