المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Despite the utter failure of their main mission…the Turkish forces continue to bring in military columns amid many inquiries about the Turks’ presence within the regime forces-held areas

Although the regime forces imposed their full control over the northern countryside of Hama, the Turkish post is still exist in Murak area which means that it is located within the controlled areas of the regime forces, the mission of this post supposed to be the monitoring  of ceasefire between the Syrian regime and the rebel and Islamic factions, agreed upon in Astana agreement, also the Turkish forces are still continuing to bring in military columns towards their posts that are spread in the Syrian North, where a new Turkish column including many military vehicles and logistic equipment entered the Syrian territory via the border crossing point of Kafr Luseen and headed to the south.

 

And the SOHR published in the mid of August 2019, that it monitored the passage of a Turkish patrol consists of several vehicles on the highway south of Maarrat al-Nu’man, where it moved this afternoon from the Turkish point in al-Sarman to Morek point in the northern countryside of Hama, while the regime forces seek to siege the towns of al-Lataminah, Kafr Zita, and Morek in order to take control of the northern countryside of Hama with the support of the Russian “guarantor”, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 8th of August 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a Turkish column of about 15 military vehicles and armored vehicles into the Syrian territory on Thursday morning, where the column entered from Khirbet al-Jawz crossing in the western countryside of Idlib and went to Ishtabraq point then to Shir Mghar point in Jabal Shashabo in conjunction with increase in frequency of clashes and the rebel faction’s loss for several villages and areas in the northern countryside of Hama, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 14th of July 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a new military column of the Turkish Forces into the Syrian territory on Sunday morning, through the Khirbet al-Jawz border crossing in Idlib countryside, where it consists of 15 vehicles carrying military and logistical equipment and fighters to switch between members of the Turkish soldiers and strengthen their points, where  the convoy moved along with cars of the rebel factions and headed east towards the Turkish observation post in Ishtabraq, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 11th of July 2019, that the Turkish Forces entered a new military convoy to the Syrian territory after midnight of yesterday through Kafrluseen border crossing north of Idlib, where the convoy consists of 20 military vehicles and other vehicles accompanied by military vehicles of the factions, and they headed towards their observation posts in the area, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 9th of July 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of a new military convoy into the Syrian territory belongs to the Turkish Forces through Khirbet al-Joz crossing west of Idlib on Tuesday afternoon, the convoy consists of 12 vehicles and a vehicle carrying logistic equipment and Turkish soldiers, accompanied by vehicles of the factions, and the convoy went to the Turkish preservation posts in Jabal Ishtabraq in the countryside of Jisr al-Shughur, and the Syrian Observatory published on the evening of the 7th of July 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today evening, the entry of Turkish military reinforcements from the border crossing point with Iskenderun, Kafr Lusin, in the north of Idlib, and the column consists of about 30 vehicle including tracked vehicles, tanks and logistic equipment, where it headed to the Turkish posts spread in the “de-escalation” zone, and the SOHR published on the 3rd of July 2019, that monitored the entry of a Turkish column on Wednesday morning, the 3rd of July 2019, to the Syrian territory, it consists of 15 four-wheel-drive vehicles and 2 armored vehicles for transporting soldiers, they entered the border area of Kafrluseen with Iskenderun and headed towards the Turkish observation posts in the Syrian north, while the Syrian Observatory monitored on Tuesday the entry of a military convoy of 35 vehicles, some of which loaded with signal vehicles, entered Bab al-Hawa border crossing with Iskenderun north of Idlib, and headed towards the observation posts at the northern countryside of Hama this morning.

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