Syrian Army moves north to face Turkish invasion

The Syrian news agency SANA stated that units from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) began moving towards the northern part of the country to confront the Turkish aggression.

The news agency also said that this movement comes as the Turkish regime continues its aggression against the border villages and areas north of Hasaka and Raqqa, committing massacres against the populations living there and destroying their infrastructure.

Reports are currently surfacing about the impending deployment of Syrian soldiers in Manbij after a Russia-mediated agreement between the Kurds and the Syrian state.