Turkish forces send new military reinforcement to NW Syria and set up new military post in Ariha • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Turkish forces send new military reinforcement to NW Syria and set up new military post in Ariha

Syrian Observatory activists have reported seeing a new Turkish military column of more than 35 military vehicles carrying soldiers and logistical supplies crossing into the Syrian territory, via Kafr Lusin crossing on Iskenderun border. The vehicles headed to Turkish positions in the “de-escalation zone”.

As Turkey keeps sending more military reinforcement to NW Syria, the number of Turkish military units, which entered the “de-escalation zone” since the new ceasefire came into effect has risen to 2,375, in addition to the entry of hundreds of soldiers.

Meanwhile, reliable sources have informed SOHR that the Turkish forces set up a new military post in the “de-escalation zone”, since Turkish forces were stationed in Ariha city, south of Idlib.

Accordingly, the number of Turkish posts in the “de-escalation zone” rose to 57: (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, (49) Al-Ghassaniyah, (50) Al-Kufayr, (51) Bernas, (52) Bdama and (53) Ariha.

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