At least 5 Turkish occupation soldiers were killed in raids in Idlib

Local media said on Monday that at least 5 Turkish occupation soldiers were killed by Russian and the Syrian regime air strikes on a control point for the Turkish army in Idlib Governorate, northwestern Syria.

According to "Sky News" sources, the raids targeted the observation point in Kansafra area, south of Idlib countryside, and killed at least 5 Turkish soldiers.

For its part, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that 10 Turkish soldiers were killed and wounded after Syrian and Russian aircraft launched raids on a control point south of Idlib.

The observatory added that the air strikes resulted in damage and combustion to several Turkish vehicles as well.

There was no immediate official Turkish statement on these strikes.

In a related context, the Syrian Observatory said that it had monitored a new ground attack by the Turkish occupation forces and its mercenaries on the town of Neirab, which is under the control of the Syrian regime forces in Idlib countryside.

The attack comes in light of the intense Turkish missile strikes, through dozens of artillery and missile missiles.

Source: Agencies


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