Turkish military column crosses Kafr Luseen heading to the checkpoints in the “de-escalation” area
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today the entry of a column of eight Turkish armored vehicles carrying soldiers, accompanied by a protection column of the Turkish-backed factions from Kafr Luseen crossing.
And according to what the Syrian Observatory monitored, the column split into two parts, one headed towards Aleppo countryside and the other headed to Idlib countryside, where the Turkish points are located in the “de-escalation” area.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on the 14th of January 2020 that a new Turkish military column of 15 military vehicles escorted by vehicles affiliated to their loyal factions, entered the Syrian territory via Kafr Lusin crossing on the border with Iskenderun, north of Idlib.
The column headed to the Turkish observation posts within the “de-escalation” zone.
This action is coincided with the first violation by Russian warplanes to Idlib’s new ceasefire only three days after it came into effect.
On January 9, SOHR sources monitored the entry of a Turkish military column, from Khirbet al-Jawz crossing in the western countryside of Idlib. the column consists of about 12 vehicles carrying logistic equipment and soldiers, and it headed towards the observation post at Ishtabraq near Jisr al-Shughur.