Turkey sends special forces and 150 military vehicles to Idlib

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Today, Friday, the Turkish army reinforced its military forces in northwestern Syria, where it pushed large numbers of many vehicles, equipment and equipment to checkpoints inside Idlib Governorate, northwestern Syria.

The Turkish “Anatolia” news agency reported that a reinforcements convoy consisting of about 150 military vehicles, including commando forces, weapons and equipment, arrived in the Reyhanli district of Hatay, in southern Turkey, and then departed from Reyhanli, towards Turkish observation points in Syrian territory, and the number of them 12 points, amid tight security.

A Turkish security source told Reuters that Turkey has no plans to withdraw its forces from observation posts in Idlib, although three of these sites are in areas now controlled by the Syrian government.

The source added that “there are no problems” with the Turkish military in Saraqib, noting that every observation center in Idlib is equipped for defense.

In turn, “Anatolia” quoted a Turkish security source as saying that “the Turkish armed forces in Idlib are ready to perform all the tasks that will be assigned to them, and do whatever is necessary in the event of receiving orders.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had given the Syrian army until the end of February to withdraw behind Turkish observation posts in Idlib, threatening to launch a military operation in the region.


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