New convoy of Turkish occupation entered Syrian lands

A new military convey of the Turkish occupation entered the Syrian lands through Kafar Lusin crossing border, and it consisted of 20 military machineries, heading towards the areas occupied by Turkey in the name of control points spread within the area mostly dominated by Jabhet al-Nusra.

A new military convoy of the Turkish occupation entered the Syrian territory. The convoy, which consisted of 20 military vehicles, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, and it headed to the area of the so-called "De-escalation" which is under the control of Heyat Tharir al-Sham (previously Jahbhet al-Nusra) classified on the list of international terrorism" and concentrated in the so-called "control points" that were built by Turkey in the occupied areas by the mercenaries.

The military convoy of the Turkish occupation entered after its points were attacked by the Syrian regime forces less than 24 hours ago in the town of Murk in countryside of Hama.

On the 15th of June, another convoy of the Turkish occupation entered Syrian territory. It included 35 military vehicles, including two armored vehicles, through Kafar Lusin border crossing with the Iskenderun. The convoy headed towards the points occupied by Turkey in Tel al-Tuqan in Ma'aret al-Nu'man and Murk countryside north of Hama.

In early June, the Russian Defense Ministry said it had launched air strikes on the mercenaries' sites at the request of Turkey, and pointed out that those mercenary gangs bombed the Turkish points.

(T/S)

ANHA


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