NATO refused to support Turkey in case of military operation in Idlib
BRUSSELS, (BM) – The Alliance will not provide military support to Turkey if it starts a military operation in Idlib, a diplomatic source in the mission of one of the Alliance’s countries in Brussels said, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
“NATO countries will not support the activation of the Fifth article due to the death of the Turkish military in Idlib in early February. NATO is not considering the possibility of providing military assistance to Turkey in the event of an operation in this region,” a TASS source said.
The situation in Idlib escalated after the Russian and Turkish military made another attempt to introduce a regime of silence, but the terrorists only intensified their attacks. The Syrian army retaliated against extremists, while a number of Turkish posts were surrounded by Syrian troops.
On Sunday, units of the pro-Turkish Syrian opposition launched an attack on the positions of the government forces of the SAR in the province of Aleppo.
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