New reinforcements | Turkish forces bring military equipment to frontlines in Aleppo • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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New reinforcements | Turkish forces bring military equipment to frontlines in Aleppo

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have monitored the entrance of a new Turkish military convoy today coming from Turkey through Al-Hamam crossing western of Jinderes in Afrin countryside.

The convoy comprises heavy machineries, personnel carriers and supply trucks, and headed towards the checkpoints located southern of Afrin near frontlines with Kurdish and regime forces.

Yesterday, SOHR activists monitored the entrance of a Turkish military convoy from Al-Ra’y crossing to “Euphrates Shield” areas in Aleppo countryside.

The convoy comprised heavy machineries, tanks, personnel carriers and several trucks, which deployed in Turkish military checkpoints at the frontlines with Kurdish forces and the Military Manbij Council in Aleppo north eastern countryside.

SOHR activists monitored the arrival of huge regime military reinforcements to the frontlines in Manbij in eastern Aleppo countryside and Ain Eissa in northern Al-Raqqa countryside.

The reinforcements comprised dozens of heavy weapons and tanks, where a military convoy comprising over 50 military vehicles was spotted heading from Aleppo towards Al-Raqqa and crossed Qarkozak bridge.

Moreover, a huge convoy arrived to the frontlines of Al-Arima village in Manbij countryside, and comprised dozens of machineries, and stationed near the frontlines with Turkish-backed factions.

According to reliable SOHR sources, the military convoys keep entering from regime areas in Aleppo to Manbij through Al-Tayha crossing eastern Aleppo.

SOHR activists reported that regime forces brought military reinforcements to regime-held areas in southern Manbij countryside in eastern Aleppo countryside.

The reinforcements comprised tanks, heavy weapons and nearly 500 soldiers and deployed near Tel Aswad and Haimar Al-Jaish villages in area adjacent to regime-held areas with SDF.

On June 3, SOHR activists reported that Russian forces brought military reinforcements to military base known as Al-Sae’diyah in Manbij countryside, north eastern of Aleppo.

This came in light of the Russian military escalation in north eastern of Syria for a few days, coinciding with media escalation by Turkish side and the Turkish president’s (Recep Tayyip Erdogan) media about launching a Turkish military operation on the area.