Russia unable to control tensions between Kurdish and Damascus
Reuters reported that the Syrian Kurds controlled the government-affiliated institutions in the city of Qamishlo in response to restrictions on Kurdish neighborhoods in Aleppo and Moscow is unable to control the tensions.

According to Reuters, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has announced control of more than ten institutions of the Syrian government in the heart of the city of Qamishlo. These institutions included financial offices, education, and other areas.

Reuters also reported that US-backed militias affiliated with the People's Defense Units were preventing wheat and fuel from entering Syrian government-controlled areas in the city of Hasaka for the sixth day in a row.

Reuters also quoted witnesses as saying that Syrian Democratic Forces had blocked the passage to the government-controlled airport in the city of Qamishlo.

Reuters reported that the crisis was created in response to Syrian Kurdish forces imposing economic restrictions on the Kurdish neighborhoods of Sheikh Maghsoud and Ashrafieh in northern Aleppo, where about 2,000 Kurdish citizens live.

The news agency called the Russian government's efforts to mediate and end the crisis futile because the Kurdish forces insisted that government forces must first let the flow of fuel and flour to Kurdish-controlled areas in Aleppo.

The news agency also reported on Turkey's intention to attack Kurdish-controlled fertile and oil-rich areas in northern Syria. This prompted the Kurds to ask Russia for help, and Russian forces have consolidated their military positions in these areas.

Ghasan Khalil, the governor of the Syrian government in Hasaka, said the Syrian Kurdish forces had left people hungry by preventing flour and fuel from entering areas controlled by the Syrian government in the city.

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