​​​​​​​Turkish occupation introduces military convoy to "De-escalate"

The Turkish occupation has brought new military reinforcements containing logistical equipment and military armored vehicles to the "De-escalation" zone through Kafr Lusin border crossing.

The Turkish occupation introduced new military reinforcements containing logistical equipment and military armored vehicles from Kafr Lusin border crossing with the Iskenderun north of Idlib, and headed towards the Turkish surveillance points deployed in the "De-escalation" zone, according to what was reported by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

According to the Syrian Observatory, the number of Turkish occupation vehicles that have entered the Syrian territories since the start of the new ceasefire reached 6,330, in addition to thousands of soldiers.

  Russian media outlets reported that Turkey and Russia had reached an agreement on reducing the level of the Turkish occupation's military presence in Idlib and withdrawing heavy weapons from the region.


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