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Erdogan's regime forces Syrian farmers to sell agricultural corps to Turkey, using Turkish currency

The Turkish regime has started to open branches of the Turkish post and telegraph directorate in the areas it occupies in the northern countryside of Aleppo and Idleb.
 
According to local sources, this step comes after a series of systematic settlement activities carried out by the Turkish regime for terrorists and their families in many areas in north Syria following the displacement of the original residents.
 
The sources cited that the Turkish regime forced the residents in the areas being occupied by its forces to use the Turkish Lira instead of the Syrian Pound.
 
"The Turkish regime has sent hundreds of thousands of Turkish Liras to the areas it occupies in Syria to be used by residents and merchants," the locals asserted, pointing out that residents protested in Bza'aa area in northeast al-Bab city in Aleppo countryside and rejected dealing with the Turkish Lira.
 
In this context, 'Ahval' website said that the maps which are recently shown by the media of the Justice and Development Party [abbreviated officially AK Parti] unveil Erdogan regime's plan to annex areas in Syria and Iraq to Turkey.
 
The Turkish regime, in addition, forced farmers to sell their agricultural crops exclusively to Turkey as of today and to open accounts in a branch of a Turkish bank in Ras al-Ayn city .
 
The branch of the bank was established inside the national hospital of Ras Al-Ayn city in Hasaka province.
 
The Syrian al-Jazira region has witnessed fires that damaged hundreds of hectares of wheat and barley fields.
 
Most of these fires erupted due to the Turkish regime's mercenaries, the illegal US-led coalition with the aim of depriving the Syrian people of their living sources and forcing them to cooperate with  them as well as damaging the Syrian economy in the light of the siege being imposed by Washington and western countries on Syria.
 
Basma Qaddour
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