The Turkish military has launched a targeted attack on critical infrastructure in Ain Issa, a town in North and East Syria. According to reports from ANHA, the airforce struck a water station in the village of Cidêyda, located to the west of Ain Issa, as well as grain silos in the centre of the town.
The grain silos reportedly store the entire grain harvest for the Ain Issa region. If fully destroyed, the area could face a severe shortage of grain until the next harvest season in the summer. The water station is also a critical resource for the community.
ANHA reports indicate that both the water station and grain silos are currently under tank fire. Additional attacks have been carried out on the villages of Girêa and Siwêdiyê, located to the east of Ain Issa.
The news agency also noted that Turkish forces have launched heavy artillery attacks on several villages to the north and south of the Zirgan district, including Xirbe Şeîr, Til Werd, Dada Ebdal, Xidrawî, and Esediye.