Since Turkey’s occupation of the canton of Tal Abyed and large parts of its countryside, following its brutal aggression against northern and eastern Syria on October 9, 2019, the bombardments have not stopped until present on the countryside of Tal Abyed township and the district of Ain Issa adjacent to the occupied areas, in which the villages and homes of civilians and vital facilities are targeted for water, electricity and other public facilities who provide essential services.
Commenting on these crimes, Ain Issa District Council Co-Chair Mustafa Mohammed warned against continued attacks on vital facilities that provide essential services to citizens from water and electricity.
These attacks were carried out in front of the Russian “guarantor” who had been deployed in the region under the name of ensuring the lives of citizens and monitoring the ceasefire, without any action or even condemnation.
Mustafa Mohammad points out that the Turkish occupation aimed at destroying the infrastructure of the region has achieved stability by preventing vital installations from serving the population and thus forcing them to migrate.
Finally, he called on the international community to intervene and put pressure on Turkey to put an end to these crimes, which affect the lives of the citizens of the villages of the two regions.
AANES worked to maintain and restore all service facilities destroyed by ISIS mercenaries during their occupation of the area prior to its liberation by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in order to ensure the provision of services to citizens who suffered before they were maintained. by the advice of AANES.
Hamidi Mohammad from Hesha town and a member of his service committee say that after targeting the Hesha water plant with Turkish occupation missiles, since 2013 they have suffered water shortages for the occupation of the area by mercenaries from the so-called “Free Army” and ISIS mercenaries, who were forced to buy water from mobile tanks at high prices.
According to Hamidi Al-Mohamad, the factory was renovated by the Civil Council of Raqqa and the District Council of Ain Issa in the summer of 2019.
It should be noted that the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries have repeatedly targeted the surroundings of drinking water and electricity stations in the district of Ain Issa, which are located in the southern countryside, in addition to directly targeting the direction of electricity in the district of Ain Isa. area, causing extensive material damage.