Abdi: Turkish attacks on security forces threaten the security of the region
Mazloum Abdi said that the Turkish drones are targeting a society in North and East Syria and its institutions and stressed that targeting the Internal Security Forces directly threatens the security of the region.
The Commander -in -Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazlum Abdi, posted a tweet on his official Twitter account against the backdrop of an UCAV (unmanned combat aerial vehicle) attack this morning which targeted a car carrying members of the Internal Security Forces in Ain Issa, leading to the martyrdom of 4 members.
The tweet by Abdi said: "A Turkish UCAV targeted this morning a car carrying members of the Internal Security Center in Ain Issa, as they were heading to the Tal Abyad IDPs camp, in which 4 members were martyred."
“The Internal Security Institution is concerned with protecting the security of cities, civil institutions, refugee camps and ISIS detention camps, and targeting them directly threatens the security of the region.”
Pointing to the increasingly ongoing Turkish attacks against the region, Abdi said, "Since July 20, 9 SDF fighters, 4 members of the Internal Security Forces and 13 civilians have been murdered in attacks by Turkish aircraft. The intensity of drone attacks has increased and is targeting the North-East Syrian community and its institutions that are working to stabilize the region."
He concluded the tweet, "We extend our sincere condolences and sympathy to the families of our martyrs. Such attacks will not deter us from protecting our land and our people."