Thee threat of cross-border rocket attacks from Syria into Turkey has largely been thwarted following the capture of nine areas, including the Daesh-held village of Dabiq, the military said on Monday.
As indicated by the military, the most recent accomplishments empowered outskirt security between the Turkish towns of Kilis and Karkamış.
Taking control of Dabiq had disposed of the danger to Turkey from rockets let go by the fear based oppressors, the Turkish Armed Forces said in a composed explanation.
It said that in the most recent 24 hours of conflicts, nine Turkey-upheld FSA contenders were killed and 24 were injured while "numerous" Daesh fear based oppressors were killed.
The FSA warriors, supported by Turkish tanks and warplanes, said they had taken Dabiq after conflicts on Sunday morning, constraining Daesh from a fortification where it had guaranteed to battle a last, prophetically calamitous fight with the West.
Turkey propelled Operation Euphrates Shield in participation with the FSA on Aug. 24 to clear its southern outskirt of Daish fear based oppressors and free northern Syrian towns from the psychological oppressor bunch, while keeping PKK's Syrian wing PYD/YPG to supplant Daish in these regions. In under a day, the FSA, upheld by the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) freed Jarablus and kept walking from the east and the west.