Ain Issa | As Russian and regime forces’ movements continue in the region, Turkish forces withdraw heavy weapons

Very reliable sources have informed the Syrian Observatory that Turkish forces withdrew their heavy weapons and gears from Kuramuzat village in Ain Issa city in northern Al-Raqqah. The reasons behind this development, which coincides with ongoing movements by Russian and regime forces in Ain Issa, have not been known yet.

A few hours ago, SOHR sources reported seeing nearly 12 buses carrying regime soldiers, crossing into the SDF-controlled city of Ain Issa in the northern countryside of Al-Raqqah in north-eastern Syria region.

On September 18, regime military reinforcement consisting of 15 buses carrying soldiers and logistics materials arrived in regime positions in the 93rd Regiment in Ain Issa area, north of Raqqa province.

Russian forces also brought in logistical reinforcement and prefabricated rooms on September 13, from their military base in Tal al-Samn town to Ain Issa town, north of Raqqa.

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