The Turkish forces enter the Syrian territory with the first column of them after the stop of the bloody fighting between factions backed by them against Tahrir Al-Sham • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The Turkish forces enter the Syrian territory with the first column of them after the stop of the bloody fighting between factions backed by them against Tahrir Al-Sham

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that a new column of the Turkish forces entered the Syrian territory after the midnight of Friday – Saturday via Kherbet Eljoz crossing point west of Idlib, where it directed to the Turkish post in Eshtabraq in Jisr Al-Shughur, where the post has been enhanced and witnessed rotation of its members, and this is the first entry of a Turkish column to the Syrian territory, after the violent and bloody fighting which left tens of casualties of citizens and fighters of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and of the National Liberation Front, while the Syrian Observatory published on the 30th of December 2018, that a Turkish military convoy entered the Syrian territory before the midnight of yesterday, Saturday, through Bab al-Hawa border crossing with Iskenderun north of Idlib, where the 20-vehicles column headed to the Turkish observation post in ​​al-Sarman area on the outskirts of Maarrat al-Nu’man countryside, and there they switched the shifts, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 27th of December 2018, that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a new Turkish military convoy into the Syrian territory after midnight of yesterday, where the convoy headed to the Turkish observation post in Morek and shifts were switched with members and vehicles there, and the Syrian Observatory published last Thursday that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the arrival of a Turkish military column of about 20 vehicles, where it entered this morning, Thursday, the 20th of December 2018, from the military border crossing of Kafrluseen north of Idlib, towards the 2 Turkish military posts in Morek in the northern country of Hama; and Shir Mghar in the western countryside of Hama.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 7th of December 2018 that it monitored the entry of a Turkish military column at dawn of today, Friday, the 7th of December 2018, where a Turkish column entered from the border crossing of Kafrluseen and reached the Turkish point in Morek town in the northern country of Hama, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published last Friday, the 30th of November 2018 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today the entry of a new column of the Turkish forces into the Syrian territory, and the Syrian Observatory learned that column which includes vehicles, soldiers, and logistic equipment headed to Hama countryside to the observation posts, where they switched Shifts in Morek and Shir Mghar points in the northern and northwestern countryside of Hama, and the Syrian Observatory published the 26th of November 2018 that Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on Monday morning, the 26th of November 2018, the entry of a convoy carrying logistic and equipment, coming from the Turkish territory through Kafrluseen crossing point to al-Sarman point in the eastern countryside of Maarrat al-Nu’man within Idlib Province, as part of the continued strengthening by the Turkish forces for their its observation post, which are spread in several Syrian areas, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 15th of November 2018, that the Turkish authorities continue securing their observation posts which are 12 spread all over the Syrian North, where they work to provide their security and military equipment every now and then, And miss you and absorb area for human rights monitored the entry of a new column of the Turkish Forces consists of 14 vehicles on Thursday from Bab al-Hawa crossing point at the northern countryside of Idlib, towards the observation points off al-Sarman and Tal Toqan in the countryside of Maarrat al-Nu’man city, as logistical equipment and to switch shifts of the Turkish Forces, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 28th of October 2018 that the Syrian Observatory monitored on Tuesday morning the entry of a military convoy of 20 military vehicles and equipment from the Kafrluseen crossing near the Syrian – Turkish border to the Turkish observation post in the countryside of Morek town in the northern countryside of Hama, within the continued fortification by the Turkish Forces for their points north and west of Syria.

And the Syrian Observatory published on the 17th of October 2018 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has been monitoring the Turkish – Russian agreement and its consequences, of deployment or opening of crossings, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the departure of a military column of Turkish forces from their point in Morek area in the northern countryside of Hama, passing through Khan Shaykhun area in the southern countryside of Idlib, and heading towards the Turkish point in Shir Mghar area in the northwestern countryside of Hama, and the column includes military equipment and tools, and it comes hours after the arrival of a military column of the Turkish Forces at dawn on today, Wednesday, the 17th of October 2018, to the Turkish observation post in Morek area in the northern countryside of Hama, where Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the arrival of a military convoy of the Turkish Forces at dawn on Wednesday, the 17th of October, at the Turkish observation post in Morek area in the northern countryside of Hama, where this column had entered the Syrian territory on Tuesday through Bab al-Hawa border crossing with Iskenderun, and then headed towards the Turkish checkpoints in the area before reaching dawn at Morek, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the arrival of the Turkish column to Morek coincided with anticipation of reopening of Morek crossing north of Hama in the next few hours, where the crossing connects factions’ controlled areas with the regime forces, where Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham used to controlling the crossing before withdrawing form it weeks ago, where the crossing is supposed to be used for moving between factions’ controlled areas and regime forces’-controlled areas; and for the transportation of trucks and cars for trade.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored weeks ago that it monitored the entry of 30 trucks loaded with concrete blocks, they entered from Bab al-Hawa border crossing north of Idlib and headed towards its points in the north of Syria, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also published on the 3rd of October ago that the  Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a new Turkish column to Syrian territory through the border area of Kafrluseen north of Idlib after midnight of yesterday, and the Syrian Observatory learned that the column headed to the Turkish point in Shir Magar in the western countryside of Hama as a reinforcement, where the column includes several vehicles and soldiers, where the Turkish point in Shir Magar has witnessed continuous reinforcements lately, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 25th of September 2018 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a new military column of the Turkish to the Syrian territory through Bab al-Hawa border crossing with Iskenderun, where the column consists of more than 40 military vehicles entered after midnight of yesterday and headed toward the Turkish point in Shir Magar area in Hama countryside, where the entry of this column comes in conjunction with underway preparations for carrying out the Russian – Turkish agreement in the coming weeks, it also comes after the  Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on the 15th of September 2018, the entry of a military convoy of the Turkish Forces through Kafrluseen border crossing north of Idlib after midnight of yesterday, where the column included about 15 military vehicles (including 6 tanks) and went towards the Turkish point in Shir Magar area in Shashabo Mountain in the western countryside of Hama, the column was then split into two parts; one left at Shir Magar point and the other one headed towards Ishtabraq point, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also published on the 13th of September 2018 that a new Turkish column entered the Syrian territory through Kafrluseen border crossing north of Idlib, where the column entered on Thursday morning, the 13th of September 2018, and it was divided into two parts: one of which went towards the Turkish point in the northern countryside of Hama and the other one headed towards al-Sarman point in the countryside of Maarrat al-Nu’man city, and the Turkish column includes tanks, military equipment, and logistics.

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