On Tuesday, a Turkish military convoy, consisting of dozens of military vehicles, has entered the de-escalation zones in northwestern Syria, in the frame of continuing to send military reinforcements to the region.
Turkish forces have brought a new military convoy, at dawn on Tuesday, including dozens of military vehicles and logistical equipment via the Kafr-Loussin border point with Liwa Iskenderun (Turkish Hatay province) into their observation posts in the de-escalation zones in northwestern Syria.
On Monday, a Turkish military convoy entered the de-escalation zones, consisting of military vehicles, equipment, and armored vehicles, via the Kafr-Loussin border point, towards the southern countryside of Idlib governorate.
On 19 March, Turkish forces brought three military convoys consisting of dozens of rocket launchers, tanks, and personnel carriers towards Idlib.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the Turkish military vehicles that entered Syrian territory since the start of the new ceasefire have amounted to 2,075, in addition to thousands of soldiers.