Humanitarian convoy attacked by Turkey

SYRIA, AFRIN (VOP TODAY NEWS) – Turkish forces attacked a convoy of 29 trucks carrying 430 tons of humanitarian aid, including food, basic necessities, water purification equipment and medical supplies.

Spokesperson of the People’s Protection Units (YPG), the military branch of the Democratic Union Party (PYD), announced that Turkey had attacked a humanitarian convoy on the Afrin road in Aleppo province. on Thursday 1st March in the morning.

The humanitarian convoy was targeted in the village of Marayamin, near the town of Kfar Janbah, in the southeast rifle of Afrin, he added.

Supported by terrorist groups such as the Free Syrian Army (ASL), the Turkish army launched Operation “Olive Branch” in the Afrin region of northern Syria in late January.

According to Ankara, so far more than 2,100 militiamen have lost their lives in these operations.

Citing a source in the Syrian Red Crescent, the German news agency DPA announced that a convoy of 29 trucks had been targeted as it was coming in from the al-Zaria crossing. the northeast of the Shiite cities of Nabal and al-Zahra.