The army sent a long convoy of military vehicles to regions near the town of Ra’as al-Ein in Northern Hasaka.
There are a large number of fresh forces, tanks and military vehicles in the Turkish convoy that have been deployed at the borderline from Ra’as al-Ein up to Tal Abyadh in Northern Raqqa, local sources said.
Reports said earlier today that the Turkish Army sent a long military convoy, accompanied by Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front), to Northern Syria to pave the way for building a buffer wall around the Northwestern province of Idlib to separate it from the mainland.
The Arabic-language al-Watan news website quoted local sources in the village of al-Hadhar in Southern Aleppo as reporting that the Turkish army sent a number of large trucks carrying prefabricated cement walls along with a number of Bulldozers to two truce monitoring points in Tal Toqan and al-Sarman in Southern and Eastern Idlib via a terrorist-held region near al-Eis passageway.
Al-Watan further said that over 300 trucks have crossed Kafar Lusin border-crossing into Syria, adding that the Turkey is possibly not planning to build buffer wall around its 12 truce monitoring points, but, is thinking about building a buffer wall around Idlib to separate the province that has been under terrorists’ occupation since 2015 from other Syrian provinces of the country.
In the meantime, militant-affiliated sources disclosed that Turkey plans to dispatch more trucks of prefabricated cement walls to Idlib.
The move came amid the Syrian Army’s plan to launch a large-scale operation against terrorists in the region.