Turkish occupation continues to withdraw from Morek Point

The Turkish occupation continues to withdraw from the so-called "Morek" point, which is located within the areas controlled by the Syrian government forces in the northern Hama countryside, heading towards Maar Hatat in Idlib countryside.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the occupation forces continued to evacuate dozens of military vehicles and trucks loaded with cement blocks and military and logistical materials from the "Morek" point, as part of their recent withdrawal from areas under the control of government forces, and heading towards Maar Hatat in Idlib countryside.

The Syrian Observatory reported the arrival of civilian trucks to the Turkish occupation point in Morek, within the areas under the control of the Syrian government forces in the northern Hama countryside, where the occupation forces began emptying the military point to the trucks in preparation for their exit in accordance with the Russian-Turkish agreement.

Russian media had reported that the Russian-Turkish consultations that took place in September reached an agreement on reducing the level of the Turkish military presence in Idlib.

The Turkish occupation continues its preparations for the withdrawal from its military points located within the areas under the control of the government forces in Hama and Idlib countryside, as it continues to dismantle its equipment and pack its luggage in both Morek and Sher Maghar, in the northern and western countryside of Hama, Sarman, Tal Touqan, Tarnaba, Mardikh, Maar Hattat, and the eastern point of Saraqib, which is located in the eastern and southeastern countryside of Idlib, according to the observatory.

The observatory transmitted information about sources according to which the Turkish occupation is expected to withdraw from its points in the countryside of Aleppo, which are located within areas controlled by government forces as well.

The Turkish withdrawal comes, despite statements Erdogan and his defense minister made not to depart from these points.


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