According to an official Damascus report, actions by Kurdish militants calling themselves the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the US Air Force led to the destruction of infrastructure in the province of al-Hasaka.
The Syrian Foreign Ministry added that “thousands of families have fled their homes and taken refuge in areas controlled by the Syrian government.”
“The Syrian Arab Republic once again condemns the actions that led to the displacement of thousands of Syrian civilians and calls for the withdrawal of the US military team,” SANA wrote, citing a State Department statement.
The ministry’s statement said that the actions of US forces and the SDF were “equivalent to war crimes and crimes against humanity.”
On January 20, Syrian media reported that Dash terrorists were trying to escape from a prison in al-Hassaka, which is controlled by the SDF.
On January 22, the Al-Arabiya television channel reported that the SDF had attacked the prison with the support of the US military, and that part of it was still in the hands of Dash militants. According to the channel, “Kurdish special forces killed 56 terrorists” during several days of fighting. The death toll from SDF fighters rose to 33. (With Sputnik Brazil)
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