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New Turkish military reinforcements enter the Syrian territories to southern Idlib

The Turkish forces entered new military reinforcements to the Syrian territory, through the Kafr Losin crossing

New Turkish military reinforcements enter the Syrian territories to southern Idlib

The Turkish forces entered new military reinforcements to the Syrian territory, through the Kafr Losin crossing, north of Idlib, which were deployed on the fighting fronts south of the city, starting from the illegal Turkish point stationed in the vicinity of Al-Bara.

SDC sources stated that the Turkish convoy that entered Syrian territory today, Monday, included military vehicles and trucks containing weapons, logistical equipment and prefabricated rooms, where the column settled first in the Turkish base, and then a part of it spread on the front lines of the battle fronts against the Syrian army.

The Turkish forces’ entry of their column is considered a new violation of the “de-escalation” agreement signed between Russia and Turkey, which is threatened with collapse due to the continued violations and attacks of the armed factions on the areas of the Syrian state, coinciding with the continued failure of the Turkish forces to control these factions.

In the same context, the Syrian army and the Russian Air Force continue to confront the attacks of the militants south of “Idlib”, by carrying out focused strikes on the headquarters and fortifications of the Turkish-backed armed factions, the latest of which was this morning, by targeting the positions of the militants in “Al-Fatirah”, “Fleifel”, “Al-Bara”, “Kansafra” and “Benin” south of Idlib.

It seems that the southern countryside of Idlib has returned to the forefront of the field scene in Syria, especially with the noticeable increase in the frequency of attacks and violations carried out by the Turkish-backed armed factions on the “de-escalation” zone recently, which is faced by the Syrian army’s response to these attacks through intense strikes, coinciding with strengthening its military points on the battle fronts.

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