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YPG – Ready to Start Ground Operations

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YPG - Ready to Start Ground Operations

According to reports, the YPG is ready to start ground operations. The heavy bombardment has been carried out in various Kurdish areas near the Turkish-Syrian border in recent hours. Aside from military positions, the Turkish air force is continually strafing villages and civilian areas with precision.

Citizens are fleeing their homes and villages in droves because they are terrified. Despite the fact that Turkish air forces have carried out a large number of unsuccessful bombings so far, some of them have already killed and injured a large number of Kurdish people.

The media centre manager for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced that they will clash with the Turks in order to prevent them from crossing the border. “We will employ all of our available resources to combat Turkish aggression.”

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