Large Turkish Military Reinforcement Towards Observation Posts Inside Syria
The Syrian Human Rights Observatory reported that Turkey has sent new reinforcements to its observation posts inside Syria, where a convoy of dozens of vehicles, equipment and soldiers entered the Bab al-Hawa border crossing.
These reinforcements to the sites come after the failure of the negotiations that were between the Turkish intelligence and the “Jabhat Al Nusra” (or Hayyat Tahrir Al Sham), as part of Ankara’s efforts to persuade the “victory” and the factions loyal to them to resolve themselves before the start of the forces of the military operational system that prepares for it in the province of Idlib and its surroundings.
This comes as the flight of the Syrian regime and Russia try and bombardment on the southern Idlib and Hama North, which led to the fall of a number of victims.
The Observatory pointed out that Russian aircraft carried out more than 10 raids on the town of Latamna in the north-western Hama countryside next to Idlib.
The Syrian Observatory also announced that the international coalition forces and the Syrian Democratic Forces intensified their preparations for a military operation in the last hours of the start of their military operation in the east of the Euphrates in order to eliminate the organization “Daash” in the region on the eastern bank of the Euphrates river.