Turkish army soldiers stand guard as Kurdish people wait in a hope to enter Cizre, a town subject to a curfew as part of a controversial operation against Kurdish rebels, on March 22, 2016 in Mardin, for Newroz celebration. Nowruz, the Farsi-language word for 'New Year', is an ancient Persian festival, celebrated on the first day of spring, March 21, in Central Asian republics, Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan and Iran. / AFP PHOTO / ILYAS AKENGIN

BEIRUT, LÍBANO (2:00 p.m.) – El ejército turco ha establecido su primer puesto de observación al este del Éufrates después de tomar varios sitios en el norte de Siria en las últimas dos semanas.

Según los informes del norte de Siria, el ejército turco determinó un puesto de observación al este de la ciudad de Solouk, en el campo del norte de la gobernación de Al-Raqqa.

Se espera que el ejército turco establezca más puestos de observación en las próximas semanas mientras buscan aumentar su presencia en la región siria del valle del río Éufrates.

El 9 de octubre, el ejército turco y sus aliados del llamado “ejército nacional sirio” lanzaron la Operación Primavera de Paz; Esta ofensiva a gran escala resultó en la captura de varios sitios en el norte de Siria, incluidas las ciudades fronterizas de Tal Abyad y Ras Al-‘Ayn.

La ofensiva ha resultado en la retirada de las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias y militares de EE. UU. (SDF) de varias áreas a lo largo de la frontera turco-siria.

A partir de ahora, el ejército turco controla tres ciudades principales a lo largo de su frontera sur con Siria; Estos incluyen Jarabulus, Tal Abyad y Ras Al-‘Ayn, lo que les da presencia en tres provincias del norte de Siria.

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