Turkey penetrates Sochi agreement, wants to establish two points in Khan Sheikoun

Local sources said that the Turkish occupation army is seeking to establish two occupation points in the city of Khan Sheikhoun in the southern countryside of Idlib, a move contrary to the Sochi agreement between Turkey and Russia.

Turkish occupation army comes outside the terms of the Sochi Agreement signed between Russia and Turkey on 17 September last year.

In one of its declared clauses, Turkey must establish 12 occupation points in so-called De-escalation zones, which have already been established.

Turkey is seeking to strengthen its occupation of Syrian territory, apart from its agreements with Russia, by establishing two more points in the city of Khan Sheikhoun, which the Syrian regime said its troops entered.

The Turkish move is likely to provoke more violence in Idlib province, where fighting has not subsided for nearly four months and regime forces backed by Russia and Iran are struggling with Turkish-backed mercenary gangs to control it.



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