New reinforcements | Regime forces bring in personnel carriers, tanks on frontlines with Turkish-backed factions in Aleppo countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

New reinforcements | Regime forces bring in personnel carriers, tanks on frontlines with Turkish-backed factions in Aleppo countryside

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that regime forces have brought in large military reinforcements to northern Aleppo countryside region adjacent to the frontlines with Turkish-backed factions.

According to SOHR sources, the new military reinforcements comprised tanks, personnel carriers, soldiers and logistics, The reinforcement that belong to the Armored Brigade of the 3rd Division, arrived in the areas since yesterday night till today afternoon amid strict security measures.

SOHR sources confirmed that the regime forces will deploy along the frontlines with Turkish-backed factions in Shirawa district in Afrin countryside.

This is the fourth reinforcement that entered the region since the Turkish media escalated its propaganda about anticipated military operation for targeting Turkish forces-held areas in north Aleppo countryside.

On the other hand, SOHR activists have reported that the Russian forces press the SDF to allow the regime forces to enter tanks to Manbaj in eat Aleppo and deploy it in the region.

However, the Russian general rejected the request and threatened to bombard al-Tayha/Abou Kahaf crossing in west Manbij that connect the regime-held areas with the SDF-held areas.

On November 8, SOHR activists reported the arrival of new military reinforcements of the regime forces to Kafr Intwan area within the Kurdish forces-held areas in al Shohabaa areas in north Aleppo. It was formed of 17 armored vehicles, soldiers carriers, trucks loaded with heavy weapons and ammunitions.

According to SOHR, Russian and regime forces engineering teams planted large number of mines along the road on the frontlines that separate between the Kurdish forces and the regime backed-areas in north Aleppo and the Turkish force and its proxies in Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch two regions.

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