Turkish Occupation dismantle its posts blockaded by government forces  

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) has reported that Turkish occupation forces are preparing to withdraw from all observation posts blockaded by the Syrian government forces, though Turkish statements say they will not withdraw.  

The SOHR said that the Turkish occupation forces proceed its preparations to withdraw from the military posts in the areas controlled by the Syrian government's forces in the countryside of Hama and Idlib, in compliance with the Russian – Turkish agreement. 

According the SOHR, the Turkish troops continue to dismantle their equipment and pack their luggage in Morik, Sher Maghar in northern and western countryside of Hama, and al-Sirman, Tel al-Toqan, al-Turnaba, Mardikh, Ma'ar Hitat and  a post to the east of Saraqeb in the eastern and southeastern countryside of Idlib, amid information on an expected withdrawal from their posts in the countryside of Aleppo within the area of the Syrian government control.   

Fifteen Turkish observation posts in the countryside of Idlib, Aleppo and Hama were blockaded by the Syrian government forces in the last escalation phase, where time and again Turkish President Recep Tayyib Erdogan and his officials have threatened the Syrian forces to withdraw behind the Turkish observation posts.



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