Turkey’s military movement | Forces continue their preparations to withdraw from Sher Maghar post in western Hama
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored, this morning, Turkish forces present at the eleventh post in the village of Sher Maghar, northwest of Hama, continuing their preparations to withdraw from the post within the Syrian regime-held areas, as they continue to dismantle their equipment in preparation for leaving the post.
In the meantime, Turkish forces continue to evacuate Murek post in northern Hama countryside. Although the post is almost completely evacuated, Turkish vehicles move daily from Murek to Turkey or Turkish positions within the “de-escalation zone.”
Yesterday, reliable sources informed SOHR that Turkish forces stationed in the eleventh observation post in Shir Mghar village in Jabal Shashaboo, north-west of Hama province, are getting ready to evacuate it, like in Murek where Turkish forces started evacuating their post 10 days ago.
It is worth noting that Turkish forces had been stationed in Shir Mghar on June 14, 2018.
On the other hand, SOHR activists have monitored Turkish forces transporting equipment from the ninth observation post in Murek, under protection by Russian forces, to positions in Jabal Al-Zawiyah in Idlib countryside.
It is worth noting that Turkish forces started dismantling the ninth observation posy on October 19, 2020, and evacuating large equipment and machineries.