Turkish-led invaders have finally captured the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) stronghold of Rajo in the western countryside of Afrin region in northwest Syria.
The Free Syrian Army released photos of their offensive against Rajo before they finally captured the site.
Because of the rapid offensive, it appears that the YPG offered little to no resistance in Rajo.
With Rajo secured, the Turkish-led invaders will now set their eyes on the final major site in the region, Jandaris. It is not known whether they will offer resistance in the town.
The Turkish-led invaders have been filmed removing the flag of Syria in Rajo.
— Michael A. Horowitz (@michaelh992) March 3, 2018