The Russian mediator in Syria warned Kurdish forces that Turkey would carry out an incursion should they reject Moscow's conditions to end the tensions between Qamishli and Damascus.
Informed sources told the German news agency (dpa) that the mediator informed the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) that Turkey-backed Syrian opposition factions would invade the towns of al-Darbasiyah and Amoud to reach Qamishli if the SDF doesn't pull out of the government security zone.
The SDF was also demanded to end the siege of the security zones in Qamishli and Hasakeh.
The SDF did withdraw from the government buildings without incident.
Meanwhile, residents of the town of Tal Tamer, in Hasakeh's northern countryside, said Turkish artillery had shelled for a second consecutive day villages in northeastern Syria.
Aram Hanna, a spokesman for the SDF, told Asharq Al-Awsat that Turkey is seeking a green light to launch new offensives in northern Syria to achieve its "terrorist" interests.
It wants to exploit the world's preoccupation with the Ukrainian-Russian war to carry out the attack, he warned.
Moreover, he stated that Turkey's attacks aim to destabilize the region and allow terrorist groups to reorganize their ranks to commit atrocities.
Hanna said the SDF was in contact with the Russian mediator over Ankara's violations, but little has been seen on the ground to stop them.
The SDF, he stressed, is a defensive force and it will retaliate to the sources of fire in the right time.
It has taken the necessary measures to secure the safety of the region and stand against Turkey's malign ambitions, he added.