Turkey sends more reinforcements to Idlib front

Along line separating regime troops from anti-regime ones

13 September, 17:37

    BEIRUT - Turkey has sent more reinforcements to Syria along the front that separates regime forces from anti-regime one, between the Hama and Idlib provinces.
    Reports were from local sources, confirming what had been said by both Al Jazeera and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). For days Turkish troops have been reinforcing their observation towers and bases set up in recent weeks and months along the perimeter of the Idlib region, the last stronghold of anti-government forces, ahead of an imminent ground offensive by Syrian government troops backed by Russia and Iran. Russia and Iran have also built observations towers and bases opposite the Turkish ones in the area around Idlib and in the surrounding provinces of Latakia (to the west), Hama (south) and Aleppo (east). The sources said that the Turkish reinforcements have been sent in recent hours near the military observation tower near Morek in the Hama province. 

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