Turkish convoys enter Syrian territory; gov forces, mercenaries clash

About 90 Turkish military vehicles entered Syrian territory in two waves, through Kafr Lucin border crossing north of Idlib, amid clashes between Turkish-backed mercenaries and government forces around the town of Al-Bara in Jabal Zawiya.

With the continued flow of Turkish convoys into the Syrian territories, this morning, 90 military vehicles of the Turkish occupation entered "de-escalation zones", bringing the number of vehicles since the start of the new ceasefire (March 5) to 1,290 vehicles, in addition to thousands of soldiers.

In the same context, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the government forces and the Turkey-backed mercenaries have been engaged in clashes in the axes about Al-Bara town in Jabal Al-Zawiya.

The observatory confirmed that there were deaths and injuries among the two parties during the clashes.

The Observatory documented several violations yesterday, as 4 members of the government forces and mercenaries backed by Turkey were killed by clashes between the two parties on the Al-Fatera axis and the axes of the southern Idlib countryside.


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