Turkey sends reinforcements to Idlib countryside after killing 2 soldiers

The Turkish occupation brought more reinforcements to Idlib countryside, including anti-aircraft guns, while two Turkish soldiers were killed in regime shelling.

The Syrian Observatory of Human Rights reported the entry of a convey of Turkish reinforcements, consisting of 90 vehicles and containing air defense systems, reached Turkish points deployed in Idlib countryside.

The Syrian Observatory confirmed that two Turkish soldiers were killed and two others wounded in a regime warplane strike on Idlib countryside.

This comes after the failure of the first day of the new round of Russian-Turkish talks on Idlib, to resume today after the failure of previous rounds.

Following that failure, Turkish-backed mercenary gangs launched an offensive attack that was able to advance, and blocking the Damascus-Aleppo international road, and approached 3 km from the city of Saraqeb.



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