New Turkish military reinforcements to Idlib

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored, this evening, a military convoy of the Turkish occupation from Kafr Silosin crossing north of Idlib. It consists of 20 vehicles carrying tanks and missile launchers. 

According to the Observatory, the convoy went to the Turkish sites within a region called de-escalation.

With the continued flow of Turkish convoys, the number of vehicles that entered the Syrian territory since the start of the new ceasefire reached 3,825, in addition to thousands of soldiers.

Thus, the number of trucks and military vehicles that arrived in the "de-escalation zone" during February 2, 2020 until now increased to more than 7,135 Turkish military trucks that entered the Syrian territory, carrying tanks, personnel carriers, armored vehicles, and "guard booths", mobile bulletproof and military radars, while the number of Turkish soldiers who were deployed in Idlib and Aleppo during that period rose to more than 10,400 Turkish soldiers.

Yesterday, the Syrian government forces brought reinforcements to Idlib amid the talk of a possible military operation if Russian-Turkish negotiations on the Aleppo road failed.



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