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Turkey brings more military reinforcement
Turkish forces brought two new military convoys to northwestern Syria

Turkey brings more military reinforcement into Syria despite the ceasefire agreement

Turkish forces brought two new military convoys to northwestern Syria, after the killing of two Turkish soldiers in Idlib. about 110 military vehicles entered Syria in two waves through the Kafrlossen border in the north of the governorate, towards the Turkish sites in the region, declared the Syrian Human Rights Observatory.

With the continued flow of Turkish convoys, the number of vehicles that entered Syrian territory since the new ceasefire, reached 1,400, in addition to thousands of soldiers.

The number of trucks and military vehicles that arrived in the “KHIFD ettasayi” area from February 2nd to date, increased to more than 4,800 Turkish military vehicles and trucks carrying tanks, armored personnel carriers, armored vehicles, and mobile bulletproof security guard booths. And military radars, while the number of Turkish soldiers who were deployed in Idlib and Aleppo during that period reached more than 9,650 Turkish soldiers, according to the observatory.

On Thursday, the Turkish Defense Ministry announced that two of its soldiers were killed in Idlib by a missile attack by ” radical groups”. and added that another soldier was wounded.
Earlier on Thursday, the Turkish ministry said that one of its soldiers had died in Idlib.

Turkey, which supports armed factions in northwestern Syria, reached two weeks ago an agreement with Russia for a ceasefire after several months of clashes that led to the displacement of about one million people in Idlib.

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