Turkish military has established a new observation post in the northern countryside of Idlib, today on Sunday, in conjunction with intense fighting taking place in northwestern Syria.
The Turkish military set up a new observation post in the town of al-Dana in Idlib’s northern countryside, and sent a convoy consisted of several armored vehicles to its post in Sher Maghar area in Hama’s western countryside.
Moreover, Turkey continues to send its military reinforcements and establish military posts in the region amid intensifying battles and advances by the Syrian government forces in the de-escalation zones in north-west of Syria.
The Turkish military have established several posts in the de-escalation zones after the start of the military operation by the Syrian government forces, bringing the number up to 34 observation posts.
Furthermore, violent clashes took place between the Syrian government forces and the Turkish-backed armed opposition groups as the Syrian government forces attempted to advance in Sheikh Aqil mountainous area in Aleppo’s northwestern countryside, causing dozens of deaths and injuries on both sides.
Earlier on Sunday, the Syrian government forces took control over the towns of Hraytan - Anadan - Kafr Hamra - The Second Electricity Association – Jamiat Azar - Tal Al-Nabi Numan – Jamiat al-Fanar - Bashqatin - Beit Ghazi - al-Haouta - Qaylun - The Arab Union Society - The Warriors Association - Majina - al-Zahraa Association and Lairamoun, following the withdrawal of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and the armed groups of the National Front for Liberation, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.