Turkey’s drone campaign in North and East Syria has continued with relative consistency throughout 2022, with the latest attack taking place in the countryside of Qamishli.
According to the Asayish Internal Security Forces, one person was killed and three others were wounded when a car was targeted near the village of Segirka. The Asayish called on the guarantors of the ceasefire agreements that were signed with Turkey in 2019 to hold Turkey accountable to the agreements.
Separate agreements were signed between Russia and Turkey and the United States and Turkey in October 2019, when Turkey launched “Operation Peace Spring” against the Syrian Democratic Forces and occupied Ras al-Ayn and Tal Abyad, along with hundreds of miles of countryside in between the towns. The uptick in Turkish attacks comes alongside renewed vows by President Erdogan to conduct a new offensive against the SDF and the Autonomous Administration.