The media reported on a missile strike in northern Syria

Oil tankers were hit on Monday night by a rocket attack on the northern part of the province of Aleppo in Syria controlled by pro-Turkish groups, the pro-government Syrian newspaper al-Watan reported.

“Several rockets of unknown origin struck a facility in the village of al-Hamran in the northern province of Aleppo, where oil tanks and initial oil refining facilities belonging to pro-Turkish armed groups are located, as a result of which a fire broke out,” the newspaper reported, citing local sources.

According to her, several members of the groups and employees of the base were injured in the explosions and fire.

According to the newspaper, a week ago, as a result of a similar strike in the same area, at least 200 tankers with “stolen” Syrian oil, which the groups process and then sell, burned down.

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