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Turkish Grain Board (TMO) plunders Syrian wheat and barley crops with the help of terrorists

Al-Hasaka, (ST) -  With the help of  the terrorists supported by the Turkish regime, the Turkish Grain Board "TMO" began looting the wheat and barley crops stolen from the Syrian Jazera region by opening its warehouses for this purpose after forcing farmers by force of arms and threat of displacement and killing to hand over their crops to centers run by Turkish terrorists and brokers in Ras Al-Ain in the countryside of Hasaka, to be then smuggled into Turkish territories through illegal crossings.

Media reports and civil sources from the city of Ras al-Ain stated that the Turkish Grain Board (TMO) began to complete the seizure and looting the wheat and barley from farmers in the city of Ras al-Ain in the northern countryside of al-Hasaka, after opening its warehouses more than two months ago for this purpose.

The sources indicated that the crops that are stolen from the farmers under pressure and threat are produced by agricultural lands that have not been destroyed by the fires made by the terrorists.

In a preemptive measure to steal Syrian crops and productions, the Turkish occupation forces and their mercenaries from the terrorist organizations have forced since the beginning of the current season farmers to hand over 15 percent of their fields' production after threatening to burn their agricultural crops in case they did not comply with the measures imposed on them.

Since its aggression on the Syrian lands on the ninth of last October, the Turkish occupation forces and their terrorist mercenaries have carried out criminal acts of kidnapping, killing, displacement and destruction of infrastructure and service facilities, and have been persistent in burning agricultural crops and stealing property, equipment, agricultural machinery and homes after displacing their owners with false pretexts, in addition to the frequent cutting off drinking water from the Alouk station, which increases the suffering of civilians in al-Hasaka.

Raghda Sawas