Day 2 – Turkish airstrikes on North and East Syria target electricity, oil and other civilian infrastructure.

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Across 4 days, Turkey targets over 50 locations across North and East Syria (NES), conducting airstrikes on key electricity and oil infrastructure, as well as industrial sites, Asayish (Internal Security Forces) checkpoints, factories and civilian homes. 2 million people are without power and water, after Turkish strikes put 7 key electricity stations out of service.

Turkey is systematically re-targeting NES’ crucial power infrastructure, after having already bombed these locations in October and December 2023. DAANES officials raise fears of Turkey’s repeated destruction of oil and electricity infrastructure triggering humanitarian disaster in region home to millions already suffering power-blackouts, fuel shortages and water cuts.

Rojava Information Center is available to provide on-the-ground comment, plus photos and videos from airstrike sites and contact to political representatives and humanitarian personnel for comment.