Syrian town thanks Turkey for restoring calm in the region
The Turkish Defense Ministry posted a video Tuesday on Twitter showing residents of the town of Tal Abyad in northern Syria expressing their gratitude to the Turkish army and government for clearing it of PKK/YPG terrorists and renovating the school so their children can resume their studies.
RENOVATED SCHOOL NOW HAS 115 STUDENTS
After being damaged by PKK/YPG terrorists, the school was recently reopened after being renovated by the Turkish Defense Ministry and Sanliurfa governorate and has six units and 115 students.
“Our school is now better than before. If God permits, the world will also be better than before too,” a child from Tal Abyad says in the video.
A woman also thanked Turkey’s president. “We thank Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He helped us to the best of his ability. We thank the Turkish army and the Turkish government.”
A local also said there was no school in Tal Abyad when it was under the control of PKK/YPG terrorists.