Turkish occupation convoy enter Hama as regime progresses in Idlib

A new line of the Turkish occupation army entered the western Hama countryside, in conjunction with the control of the regime forces on the villages of Idlib countryside amid violent clashes and intense aerial bombardment.

The Turkish occupation mercenaries said that a Turkish military convoy entered through Sahel al-Ghab and reached the Turkish observation point in the village of Sher Maghar in the western suburb of Hama, where the convoy consists of six military armored vehicles and about 10 four-wheel drive vehicles.

The arrival of reinforcements of the Turkish occupation army to the observation points in Idlib, in the past few days, especially the point of Sher Maghar in Jabal Shashabo, which was subjected to artillery shelling more than once, as the forces arrived at the western border after controlling Hawiz town.

In parallel with the entry of a convoy of Turkish occupation forces, the Syrian regime force made progress and incursion into the towns of Hamirat, Hordana, Qaroutip and Qirata, northwest of the village of Alkasabia, which was controlled by the regime forces today, in the southern countryside Idlib.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed that the countryside of Idlib is witnessing violent clashes between the regime's forces and the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation amid heavy shelling of the regime's aircrafts on the mercenaries' centers.

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