The Ankara-sponsored National Army militia intensified in recent hours its bombardments against the Syrian army enclaves in the northern areas of Idlib province and western Aleppo, prompting the Syrian troops to respond and cause human and material damage to the ranks of attacking extremists.
Syrian army official quoted by al-Watan newspaper said that several artillery positions, weapons storage facilities and fortifications of the Levant Liberation Board, a radical group on the international terrorist list, were destroyed in the vicinity of the towns of Kafer Taal and Kafer Nouran.
Meanwhile, Turkish forces and their militias attacked with artillery and mortars from the areas it occupies in the north and northeast of Aleppo, several localities in the municipalities of Manbej and Al-Bab, forcing hundreds of families to leave their homes while their properties suffered considerable losses.
At the same time, the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), backed by Washington and labeled as terrorists by Ankara, attacked with rockets from their positions in the towns of Karbeyli and Bashli the villages under the control of pro-Turkish groups, causing material damage and displacement of some families.
The Damascus government reaffirmed more than once that the chaos and instability prevailing in the northern areas of the country are due to the Turkish military presence and the presence of terrorist and separatist groups supported by Washington and Ankara.