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A quick reading: “Asayish” must expel the Russian forces from the center of Qamishlo and arrest the elements of the “National Defense” militia involved in the targeting operation.

Brusk Hassan – Xeber24.net

Members of the Syrian regime’s National Defense Militia targeted Asayish and traffic vehicles in the center of Qamishlo, the attack resulted in martyrs and injured civilians and the Internal Security Forces “Asayish”.

It was not long before the Russian forces intervened, exited the Qamishlo airport, and the targeting process that killed a martyr and wounded two civilians and the Internal Security Forces was broken.

To read the event, the targeting process took place without any reason, as there were no inconveniences or provocations, but the city is witnessing a curfew and there are no movements other than conducting Asayish and traffic forces patrols to prevent the roaming of citizens and then prevent the spread of the Corona virus, but the undisciplined national defense militia wanted to It creates chaos that was useless to anyone at this sensitive time.

It was not long before Russian forces intervened, exited from Qamishlo airport, and broke up the targeting process that killed one martyr and wounded two civilians and the Internal Security Forces.

After that, Russian forces immediately exited from Qamishlo airport, and went to the scene of the accident, to show itself as the savior.

According to some private sources, it is the Russian forces that are behind the incitement of the national defense elements, which are mercenary militias working for money, to provoke and target the Asayish forces, and then enter the Russian forces to make their presence in the city center a justification for them, and to pressure the administration to accept its conditions.

In the background of this attack, the Russian and Asayish forces met to discuss this attack, which left one martyr and two wounded, and the meeting ended quickly and, although nothing was issued from the meeting, but it appears that the two parties have not yet reached an agreement.

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