Turkey sets up a new military post in rural Jisr Al-Shughur • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Turkey sets up a new military post in rural Jisr Al-Shughur

Reliable SOHR sources have confirmed that Turkish forces set up a new military post in Al-Ghassaniyah town, west of Jisr Al-Shughur city in the western countryside of Idlib.

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that Turkish forces set up three new military posts in the areas of Badama, Al-Najiya and Al-Za’iniya in the west of Jisr al-Shughour city, south of Aleppo-Latakia international highway in Idlib countryside. Turkish forces set up two military posts on Sunday in Al-Mashrefa and Tal Khattab villages near the administrative border with Hama province, south of Jisr al-Shughour.

Accordingly, the number of Turkish posts in the “de-escalation zone” rose to 50: (1) Salwah, (2) Qalaat Samaan, (3) Sheikh Oqail, (4) Tallat Al-Eis, (5) Tallat Al-Tuqan, (6) Sarman, (7) Jabal Anadan, (8) Al-Zaytunah, (9) Murek, (10) the southern Al-Rashideen, (11) Shir Mghar, (12) Ishtabrak as well as other posts recently set up in (13) Anadan, (14) Al-Rashideen, (15) Maar Hattat, (16) Saraqeb, (17) Al-Tarnabah, (18) Al-Nayrab, (19) Al-Mughir, (20) Qumaynas, (21) Sarmin, (22) Taftanaz, (23) Maarrat Al-Na’san, (24) Maarrat Masrin, (25) Al-Jinah, (26) Kafr Karmin, (27) Al-Tawwamah, (28) the 111th Regiment, (29) Al-Mastumah camp, (30) Tramnin, (31) Al-Atarib and (32) Darat Izza, (33) Bardaqli, (34) Nahlaya, (35) Mu’taram, (36) Basnqul, (37) Al-Nabi Ayyoub, (38) Bazabur, (39) Batabu, (40) Kafr Nuran, (41) Ram Hamadan, and (42) Al-Jinah, (43) Besanqoul, (44) Al-Mshirfa, (45) Tal Khattab, (46) Bdama, (47) Al-Najiya, (48) Al-Za’iniya and (49) Al-Ghassaniyah.

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