Hasaka, SANA_ As part of its continued aggression on the Syrian territory, the Turkish occupation on Sunday evening entered a convoy of trucks loaded with logistical materials to reinforce its points and erect a separation wall in the countryside of Ras Al-Ayn city, northwest of Hasaka.
Civil sources told a SANA reporter that the Turkish regime has sent dozens of trucks through the village of Sukkariya in eastern Ras al-Ayn, near the Turkish border, loaded with concrete blocks and various logistical materials.
The sources said that the trucks headed for the village of Bab Al-Faraj near the Turkish border and it is expected that they will be used to erect a separation wall in the region, as part of the Turkish regime’s attempts to consecrate its aggressive policies and impose the status quo in the areas it occupied with its terrorist mercenaries.
On April 2019, the Turkish regime established a cement wall hundreds of kilometers long in in the vicinity of Afrin city in the northern countryside of Aleppo to isolate it from its natural geographical surroundings.
This policy imitates the apartheid wall that the Israeli entity built in occupied Palestine to cut people’s ties, and consecrate and prolong the occupation.