Regime tries to advance in Aleppo countryside, Turkish occupation enters new convoy

Violent clashes continue between the regime forces and mercenary groups affiliated with Turkey in Aleppo countryside, where the first is trying to advance in the region, while a new military convoy of the Turkish occupation forces entered the Aleppo and Idlib countryside today.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that violent clashes continued on the Sheikh Aqil axis in the northern sector of the Aleppo countryside, between the forces of the regime on the one hand, and the mercenary groups affiliated with Turkey on the other hand.

The clashes are accompanied by intense and violent shelling in an attack by the regime on mercenary positions, amid intense air strikes carried out by Russian warplanes since after midnight Friday - Saturday to the present, targeting both the al-Atarib neighborhoods, Tekad, al-Salloum Association, al-Rahal and al-Sahar Association, and the outskirts of the 111th Regiment in the western countryside of Aleppo.

In a related context, the Syrian Observatory said: that new military reinforcements of the Turkish occupation reach Syrian territory, where a Turkish military convoy consisting of 50 military vehicles entered Aleppo and Idlib.

The regime forces took control yesterday evening, Orm al-Kobrah and al-Radwan Association in the western countryside of Aleppo, after an intense air and artillery preparation, as part of the regime's operations to secure the perimeter of the international road (M5).

The escalation continues between the regime with the support of Russia on one side and Turkey and its mercenaries on the other hand, where a second warplane belongs to the Syrian regime crashed yesterday.

The Center for Reconciliation between the Warring Parties in Syria, affiliated with the Russian Ministry of Defense, today, Friday, denied Turkey's data on the occurrence of losses among the Syrian regime forces in the city of Idlib, and confirmed that it is not true.

(T/S)

ANHA


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