Turkish Army Sends New Military Convoy to Northwestern Syria

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TEHRAN (FNA)- The Turkish Army dispatched a new convoy of forces and military equipment to Western Idlib on Wednesday to reinvigorate its occupying forces in the war-hit country.

The army forwarded a long military convoy to Jabal Ashtabraq region near the town of Jisr al-Shughour in Western Idlib via Kafr Luseen border-crossing.

The new Turkish convoy included several trucks and armored and personnel carrying vehicles and a number of fresh soldiers.

Militant-affiliated sources reported that the army is planning to set up a new truce monitoring point in the region.

In a similar development on Monday, a long convoy of the Turkish troops, including a hundred military vehicles, left the town of Morek in Northern Hama for Shahshabo region in Western Hama after going through Kafr Naboudeh.

Militant-held websites claimed that the Ankara forces have set up the eleventh truce monitoring point in the village of Qazal in al-Ghaab Plain in Western Hama.

In the meantime, a Russian delegation visited several villages in Southern Idlib and East of the Railway Station to find a suitable location for setting up a truce monitoring point in Eastern Idlib.

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