Turkey has sent a large artillery and military equipment to Syria
DAMASCUS, (BM) – On Monday, a Turkish military convoy consisting of 50 military vehicles, including artillery and military equipment have entered the Syrian territories via Kafr-Lossin border point in north of Idlib, and headed towards the Turkish observation posts in the de-escalation zones in north-west of Syria, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing several sources.
According Syrian news agency North-Press a Turkish military convoy has entered at midnight Sunday-Monday via Kafr-Lossin border point in north of Idlib towards the de-escalation zones in northwestern Syria, consisting of 250 trucks carrying tanks, armored vehicles and vehicles carrying logistical equipment.
On Sunday, a Turkish convoy entered Idlib countryside, including 60 military and logistical vehicles.
This brings the number of Turkish military vehicles that entered the Syrian territories within two days to 360 vehicles.
According Russian news agency Krasnaya Zvezda 13 Turkish convoys moving to the observation posts of the Turkish army in Syrian Idlib were escorted by Russian military police over the past 24 hours.
This was announced on March 9 by the head of the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria, Rear Admiral Oleg Zhuravlev.
“Over the past day, the Russian military police have secured 13 Turkish posts to the locations of the observation posts of the Turkish Armed Forces located in the Idlib de-escalation zone,” Zhuravlev said.
He also noted that between the Center for Reconciliation and the Turkish side, a permanent special communication channel has been established to ensure operational coordination.
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