Turkey’s military movement | Forces continue withdrawing from observation post in Sher Maghar in Hama countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Turkey’s military movement | Forces continue withdrawing from observation post in Sher Maghar in Hama countryside

Turkish forces continue to their withdrawal from Sher Maghar post in Jabal Shahshbo, north-west of Hama province, to the military post in the village of Qoqfin in southern Idlib countryside.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored the complete evacuation of the ninth Turkish observation post in Murek, while the Syrian regime’s flag was raised at the post. This comes 10 days after Turkish forces began dismantling the post.

It is worth nothing that Turkish forces set up this post on April 7, 2018, 30 months ago. Murek post is Turkey’s biggest military post in the “Putin-Erdogan” region.

On October 29, reliable sources informed SOHR that Turkish forces transported most of the contents of their observation post in Murek town to military posts in Idlib countryside.

According to SOHR sources, the Turkish forces have empted the post of all military and logistical supplies, leaving parts of the perimeter wall. Meanwhile, Turkish forces sabotaged the plot of land on which the post were established, and destroyed large parts of the buildings there.

It is worth noting that Turkish forces started dismantling the ninth observation posy on October 19, 2020, and evacuating large equipment and machineries.

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