Turkish troops have brought in more military reinforcements towards Syrian territory, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Thursday.
He added that a military convoy of about 30 vehicles and armored vehicles carrying military and logistical equipment entered the Kafrlusin border crossing, accompanied by vehicles from armed factions close to Turkey, and headed to the Turkish forces gathering in Maar Hattat village in the southeastern countryside of Idlib.
The Syrian Observatory said a few days ago that the Turkish forces are still pushing the military and logistical frames to the observation points deployed in the area of "de-escalation" and the movement between the points after the completion of fortification of its new positions and mechanisms at Maar Hattat point south of Idlib. In this context, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights spotted a new Turkish convoy of 4 armored vehicles carrying soldiers heading towards "Sorman" point east of Idlib
He also monitored the fortification and lifting of additional earth mounds for the Turkish forces recently stationed in Maar Hattat village in the southern Idlib countryside, and installing guards on the surrounding houses in order to provide protection for the new point where Turkish forces have been stationed since the regime forces took control of Khan Sheikhoun in Maar Hattat south of Maarat al-Numan.
Translation: Adar Press.